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what i wanted to ask is that, how can this physically explained? that kinetic energy can be viewed as the rate of change of momentum for a change in velocity? is there any analogy?

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what i wanted to ask is that, how can this physically explained? that kinetic energy can be viewed as the rate of change of momentum for a change in velocity? is there any analogy?

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You may want to look up the more advanced concept of "http://www.google.com/search?q=conjugate+momentum+lagrangian+hamiltonian"" (as seen in discussions of Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics).

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