New answers tagged faq
Think of the "a" in F=ma as the instantaneous rate of change in velocity - meaning, how quickly velocity changes at an instant. In calculus terms, a is the derivative of v(t), where t represents time and v(t) = at. The moment you start moving that box, you are creating a force, because the velocity then is changing instantaneously. At any point, you can ...
Top 50 recent answers are included