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Principle of stationary action allows us to find equations of motion if we plug appropriate lagrangian into Euler - Lagrange equation. In classical mechanics, this is the difference in kinetic and potential energy of the system.
However, how did Lagrange came to the idea that matter behaves this way? Without this idea, there would be no lagrangian mechanics.
However, how did Lagrange came to the idea that matter behaves this way? Without this idea, there would be no lagrangian mechanics.