Say you're given a function that represents the kinetic energy of some object, what would you have to do to derive the force from that function? I know that for motion along a straight line a conservative force F(x) is the negative derivative of its associated potential energy function U, but what is there to do if the function is one of kinetic energy?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Force from a Kinetic Energy Function

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