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A force is a push or a pull. Force is anything that causes an acceleration.
Newton's second law can be used as the definition of a force. Newton's second
law also provides an operational definition of the mass of an object. It is a
measure of how ...
Force is replaced by a "rotational force" that depends upon the force and its
placement from the axis of rotation; this is called a torque T. While a small force
applied at the doorknob side opens a door easily a large force will be required if
it is ...
away from a point that can be used as an origin (or force center), and whose
magnitude depends solely upon the distance from that origin, r. A central force
can always be written as F = F(r)r where r is a unit vector in the radial direction.
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