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Why do we automatically assume that the velocity vector v? and location vector r? are independent?

Why do we automatically assume that the velocity vector v? and location vector r? are independent?

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
If we left everything in terms of position (with velocity defined as dx/dt, then the gradient of the velocity wouldn't be zero. That's because the velocity does, in fact, depend on position.

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