tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5997147895880585179.post7285973991495447020..comments2018-06-22T19:48:13.158+05:30Comments on Solutions to I E Irodov - Physical Fundamentals of Mechanics: Irodov Solution 1.182Krishna Kant Chintalapudinoreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5997147895880585179.post-73873116795844353472010-06-05T17:24:01.434+05:302010-06-05T17:24:01.434+05:30Never doubt Newton's 2nd law, it is universal ...Never doubt Newton's 2nd law, it is universal and without exceptions. There are no special treatments. <br /><br />If you apply it correctly, you will always solve the problem right. I have added an additional explanation at the beginning of the problem to answer your question. Hope it brings some clarification.Krishna Kant Chintalapudihttps://www.blogger.com/profile/07024636005277277405noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5997147895880585179.post-17758438322315411642010-06-04T00:43:26.097+05:302010-06-04T00:43:26.097+05:30Hey, comparing problem 1.182 and 1.181, why is tha...Hey, comparing problem 1.182 and 1.181, why is that you dropped one term in the total differential in one case compared to the other? I read somewhere that Newtons's 2nd law can be only applied to systems treated as particles and variable mass problems have different treatments.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com