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This is actually related to another https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=531596"

basically, I have a Constance force of gravity, and a non constant force of a rocket going the opposite way.

the net force would be something like F(booster) -Force(gravity). Assumed (-) direction, and Force(booster) is smaller. I know when acceleration isn't constant we have to integrate the equation.

2. Relevant equations

a = dx/dt

3. The attempt at a solution

a=( F(booster)- F(gravity) )/m

a=( F(booster)- mg) )/m

but I'm not sure how i should go about integrating this mess.

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# Homework Help: Non constant acceleration due to one constant force, and one non constant force

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