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agentnerdo

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## Homework Statement

\frac{d}{dt}[r (v x a)] = r (v x a)

the last a is supposed to have a period on top

as such it is \frac{d}{dt}[r (v x a)] = r (v x \frac{d}{dt}a)

d, v, and a are position, velocity, and acceleration

the last a, after the = sign is d/dt of a, as mentioned above

## The Attempt at a Solution

I do not even know how to start...I tried doing different degrees of deriviatives of both left and right sides but, it seems like I need to get ride of one unit of /s (time).