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sudarshan gupta Grade: Upto college level
        Can newtons second law be applied in a non-inertial frame of reference
7 years ago

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Pratham Ashish
17 Points
										

yes , u can apply newtons 2nd law in a non-inertial frame but u hav to consider the pseudo force and modify the equation accordingly


for example ,


we can take a non inertial frame which has only transational acceleration  say 'α'...


then 2nd law equation get modified to


m*dv/dt = F - mα


thus u can see here there is only a simple modification u hav to consider.....



7 years ago
askIITianexpert IITDelhi
8 Points
										

Yes,newton's second law can be applied in non-inertial frame of reference by taking proper pseudo forces in consideration.


Non-inertial frame is accelerated frame,so you take system having pseudo acceleration opposite to the acceleration of the  frame & equal in magnitude.


It could be equivalently stated that you make the non-inertial frame an inertial one the moment you take opposite acceleration working on the system(pseudo accn & force)

7 years ago
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