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NODARman

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Hi, I'm trying to calculate my own physics problem but didn't get it something.

When I'm trying to calculate the impulse of the object when it's hit by F=10N force in the smallest possible time, then should I write:

Another question: In general, if I calculate just a net force, we know that the derivative of the constant is zero. Then if dP is 10 N/s and t->0 therefore F

What I don't get is how to calculate any physics formula which contains derivatives and real numbers.

When I'm trying to calculate the impulse of the object when it's hit by F=10N force in the smallest possible time, then should I write:

**dP/dt = F**_{net}=>**dP = F**_{net}***dt**?Another question: In general, if I calculate just a net force, we know that the derivative of the constant is zero. Then if dP is 10 N/s and t->0 therefore F

_{net}= 10/0 ?What I don't get is how to calculate any physics formula which contains derivatives and real numbers.