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Newton's Law : Application of Parametric Representation

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Newton's law states that the total force F (F a vector), acting on a body of mass m, is equal to the product of its mass times the acceleration a (a vector), viz:

F=ma, where F and a are vectors.

A body of mass m=2kg moves in space following a path with parametric representation

Find the total force that caused this movement at every point of the path.

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The Application of a Parametric Representation of Newton's Law is investigated. The acceleration vector is examined.

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