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Course: PHYSICS 205, Fall 2009
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Laws 5/06 Newton's 06 FORCES &amp; NEWTON'S LAWS About this lab: The great aim and accomplishment of Isaac Newton's laws was the prediction of motion, following Galileo's discerning and experimental description of motion. Newton gave primacy to (vector) acceleration of a body as having the simplest prescriptive recipe, (vector force). (But see alternative and equivalent formulation on picture below.) From...

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