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"i dont know how this person says that acceleration is not in direction of force

there fore angle HAS to be zero degrees."

If "force" is meant to be dp/dt, then "acceleration is not in direction of force."

Since dp/dt=m\gamma^3[a+vX(vXa)], there are important cases where

"acceleration is not in direction of force."

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# Acceleration is not in direction of force

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