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comment The two faces of $F = m*a$
And that current acceleration was created by my force.
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comment The two faces of $F = m*a$
No i don't mean the reaction force. What i mean by inertial force is: If i was floating in space along with a satellite in rest; When i push the satellite with a force, the satellite resists to the movement proportional to its mass and its current acceleration.
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comment The two faces of $F = m*a$
That was understandable! Thanks so much!
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comment The two faces of $F = m*a$
Ok thank you! So these are really two distinct formulas right?
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accepted The two faces of $F = m*a$
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comment The two faces of $F = m*a$
Thank you very much Pygmalion! Do you maybe have an example or a link to an example?
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accepted Why isn't pressure a measure of energy?
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comment Why isn't pressure a measure of energy?
I got it. Thank You! isothermal = constant T = constant p*V ! :)
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revised How to vizualize a heat pump microscopically?
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asked How to vizualize a heat pump microscopically?