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Integral of momentum

  1. Jan 26, 2009 #1
    Hi,

    QUESTION 1
    ??=dF/dt
    F =ma=dp/dt (force)
    p =mv=d?/dt (linear momentum)
    ? =mx

    A) Is there a quantity defined as the mass times the position or as the integral over time or the the linear momentum?
    B) Is there a quantity defined as the derivative wr to time of the force?


    QUESTION 2
    ?? = intergal over time of power
    P =(mv^2)/2t (power)
    K =(mv^2)/2 (kinetic energy)
    ? = dK/dt

    A) Is there a quantity defined as the derivative over time of energy?
    B) Is there a quantity defined as the integral over time or the power?


    Thank you very much for your help!
     
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