Ok, we are given the known equation that momentum = mass times velocity.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

p=mv.

What is dp/dr physically representing?

Given:

r = position.

dr/dt = v.

so

p = mdr/dt.

dp/dr = m/dt ? If so, that remains constant (or zero?) correct?

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