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Re: rate of change K = 1/2 Force x Acceleration?

Date: Sat Oct 28 06:52:10 2006
Posted By: Keith Jones, Head of Physics/Deputy Head, Rhyl HS
Area of science: Physics
ID: 1162010128.Ph

In a word Ajay, no.
You have made a simple mistake early on by dividing the left hand side by 
time (to get rate of change of K) but then divided the right hand side by 
t twice.
Hope this helps
Keith in Wales UK

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