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marshall4

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Which one of Newton's laws is this equation from and why?

a=[(m1-m2)g]/[m1+m2]

a=[(m1-m2)g]/[m1+m2]

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marshall4

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Which one of Newton's laws is this equation from and why?

a=[(m1-m2)g]/[m1+m2]

a=[(m1-m2)g]/[m1+m2]

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arcnets

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sorry but I think any law in physics has the form "If...then...".

Could you please explain what your symbols mean, i.e. what physical situation this equation describes? Thanks.

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turin

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It comes from the action reaction law and the a=F/m law.

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Nautica

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