Newton's Second Law of Motion

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    Here’s a app that comprehensively explains the relation given by Newton’s second law of motion. Why does a cricket ball travelling at high speed hurts much more than the one travelling at a lesser speed? Learn about the accelerations produced in bodies of different mass when the same amount of force is applied.
    • How is momentum and mass related?
    • What is the relation between force, mass, and velocity?
    Download this amazing app now and know the answers. The app caters to the high school curriculum.
    • High resolution video that offers an in-depth explanation of the phenomenon.
    • Text that serves as a handy tool for quick reference.
    • Web links to supplement learning.
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