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The linear momentum of a body moving in one dimension varies with time according to the equation p=At+Bt²,where A and B are positive constants.Find out the

net force acting on the body as a function of time.please explain with clear explanation..:-)


Force=change in momentum
=d(At)/dt + d(Bt^2)/dt
2 4 2
F= dp/dt  from newtons second law
  = A+2t N
1 5 1
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