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As far as I know, vectors can only be added, subtracted, or “multiplied” by dot or cross product.
Does this mean that you couldn’t divide f-> by a-> to get m using the vector form of Newton’s second law? This would require dividing a vector by a vector, which seems to not be allowed.
Does this mean that you couldn’t divide f-> by a-> to get m using the vector form of Newton’s second law? This would require dividing a vector by a vector, which seems to not be allowed.