# Rocket Science

by TheShapeOfTime
Tags: rocket, science, solved
 P: 151 $$F=ma$$ $$F=m\frac {dv}{dt}$$ $$\frac {F}{m} = \frac {dv}{dt}$$ $$\int \frac {F}{m}dt = \int \frac {dv}{dt}$$ $$v=\int \frac {F(t)}{m(t)}dt$$ Not sure if that answers your question
 Quote by mathlete $$F=ma$$ $$F=m\frac {dv}{dt}$$ $$\frac {F}{m} = \frac {dv}{dt}$$ $$\int \frac {F}{m}dt = \int \frac {dv}{dt}$$ $$v=\int \frac {F(t)}{m(t)}dt$$ Not sure if that answers your question
Isn't force the derivative of momentum such that you would have to include the $v\frac{dm}{dt}$ term as well?