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Classical mechanics discusses the behaviour of macroscopic bodies under the influence of forces (without necessarily specifying the origin of these forces). If it's possible, USE MORE SPECIFIC TAGS like [newtonian-mechanics], [lagrangian-formalism], and [hamiltonian-formalism].

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For the purpose of solving problems in physics class, uncertainties are not that important, as the solution will usually be stated to 2,3, or 4 significant figures. However, it is important to underst …
answered Apr 27 '13 by cuabanana
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I would prefer that torque be used as well. Why is moment of inertia then not a cross product, if moment of force is a cross product? This is mathematically inconsistent. I was confused by the fact th …
answered Oct 18 '13 by cuabanana