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If force isn't constant and you want to find the force of something at a specific time, you'd integrate right?
For a specific question I came up with this
F=ma
Integral (m * da)
da=dv/t
Integral m * dv/t
(m/t) * dv
(m/t) * v
So
F = (m/t) * v
Does this seem right? Or I'm I making illegal moves. Help.
For a specific question I came up with this
F=ma
Integral (m * da)
da=dv/t
Integral m * dv/t
(m/t) * dv
(m/t) * v
So
F = (m/t) * v
Does this seem right? Or I'm I making illegal moves. Help.