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- Homework Statement
- Statement is below.

- Relevant Equations
- Newton's second law.

I was doing one of MIT's 8.01.1x course and came across this question.

In case 2, how would we be able to theoretically calculate the horizontal acceleration in this non-inertial frame? The course said that Newton's Law do not hold in accelerating frames.

However, could we find the acceleration if we knew the friction force from the train floor on the suit case then sum the forces in the x-direction?

In case 2, how would we be able to theoretically calculate the horizontal acceleration in this non-inertial frame? The course said that Newton's Law do not hold in accelerating frames.

However, could we find the acceleration if we knew the friction force from the train floor on the suit case then sum the forces in the x-direction?