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comment Can we explain Newton's first law mathematically?
@GreenRay Your answer is easier to understand for average people who didn't take science courses. I think that your answer is more accessible for average people who are trying to understand the basic without greek letters and in plain English. I think that's why your answer is more popular. The answer you provide is more suitable for a conversation, while bobie's answer might be more suitable and interesting for us looking for mathematical formular and a deeper understanding in relation to all the sceince who already know. You can try the two answers with someone who don't know mathematics.
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comment Can we explain Newton's first law mathematically?
Yes. That looks very good. However, couldn't that equation also describe equal forces cancelling each other? Thank you for the concise formula.
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