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RE the formula E = 1/2 m v squared and F = mass x acceleration
The E = formula is related to velocity and F = ma is related to acceleration.
So in other words the rate of change of Force is proportion to the rate of change of acceleration multiplied by the scaler mass.
If we divide the two formulas we arrive at :
E/F= the rate of change of energy in relation to force, = 1/2 m v sq / m a
The masses cancel out leaving
E/F = 1/2 v squared / acceleration
acceleration = v/t the rate of change of velocity with respect to
E/F = 1/2 v squared/a = 1/2 v sq / v/t
So Force = E / 1/2 v t = 2E / v t So Force is the twice rate of change of Energy
with respect to the velocity x time
But as we know Albert said E= m c squared.
We put this into the equation
Force = 2 m c squared /vt
So if m and c are constant the force is the inverse of the velocity x time (1 / vt) scaled up by the mass x the speed of light squared. Or the 2mc sq scaled down by the velocity x time. At a velocity of c squared Force = m t
Force = c sq/v x 2 m t