*the second*

Newton’s Law: MOMENTUM

*the second*

*“THE PROGRESS IS PROPORTIONAL TO EXTERNAL PRESSURE TO FINISH IT AND INVERSELY PROPORTIONAL TO THE DIFFICULTY OF THE TASK.”*

- Basics of the physics of the second Newton’s law: 1. F = m * a => 2. a = F / m => the bigger the “F” (force or pressure in this context), the bigger is “a” (acceleration, progress in this context); the bigger “m” (mass, difficulty in this context), means lower “a”:

Let’s explain the first equation: the **bigger** pressure you put on the task the **bigger** progress will arise.

The second equation means: the **bigger** the difficulty of the task is, the **lower** progress will be.

- “F” Force is a vector: with size and direction, which means that we have to push with the force and in the right direction;
- It is not only enough how hard we try but we have to
**act**in the right direction; - Examples of acting in the right direction:

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