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derive the mathematical formula of Newton's second law of motion. using the second law, derive the first law of motion​

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Answered by menjusarmy
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Newton's first law states that a body stays at rest if it is at rest and moves with a constant velocity unit if a net force is applied on it. Newton's second law states that the net force applied on the body is equal to the rate of change in its momentum.

Answered by BrainlySamrat
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Newton's first law states that a body stays at rest if it is at rest and moves with a constant velocity unit if a net force is applied on it. Newton's second law states that the net force applied on the body is equal to the rate of change in its momentum.

F = ma

or F = m(v-u) / t

or Ft = mv - mu

That is, when F = 0, v = u for whatever time, t is taken. This means that the object will continue moving with uniform velocity, u throughout the time, t. If u is zero than v will also be zero, i.e., object will remain at rest.

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