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Grade: 12

                        

Is it true that newton’s second law of motion is not applicable to animate objects? Can you pls explain with example.

5 years ago

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shubham sharda
361 Points
							
No it is not true. Newton’s laws of motion are universal laws that means they are applicable every body in universe, including animate objects.
5 years ago
Mihir
69 Points
							
Newton’s laws are applicable to all objects. Though they were originally defined for point sized or dimensionless bodies, the concept of ‘centre of mass’ of a rigid body enables us to justify the validity of Newton’s laws in actuality. In addition, animate and inanimate rigid bodies show rotational effects upon themselves along with translational.
5 years ago
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