Unformatted text preview: dT dt â‰ˆ k Â· 4 M 3 ( M âˆ’ T )4 M 3 = k 1 ( M âˆ’ T ) with k 1 = 4 M 3 k , which constitutes Newtonâ€™s law. EXERCISES 3.4: Newtonian Mechanics, page 115 1. This problem is a particular case of Example 1 on page 110 of the text. Therefore, we can use the general formula (6) on page 111 with m = 5, b = 50, and v = v (0) = 0. But let us follow the general idea of Section 3.4, Â±nd an equation of the motion, and solve it. 123...
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