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We may assume that A is not 0 or 1, and that C is not 0 or 1, and then unique solutions for f1 and f2 certainly exist. 5) are consistent only if BC(1-C)+DA(1-A)=0. Thus forces depending on the acceleration are not admissible in Newtonian dynamics. This does not preclude their appearance in electrodynamics, where the postulate quoted does not hold. 5 The constrained particle (i). Let us suppose now that the particle is acted on by a given force (X, Y, Z) as before, but, instead of being free, it is confined to a given smooth surface.

When we apply the theory given in the preceding paragraph to concrete problems, it is necessary to be able to recognize which forces belong to the category of forces of constraint. In practice this usually presents no difficulty, since these forces are already familiar from the study of the Principle of Virtual Work in statics. Nevertheless it may be useful at this stage to enumerate the types of forces of constraint which most frequently appear in the classical problems. The enumeration may serve to give concreteness and reality to the abstract theory.

It clearly implies each of the other two forms as particular cases. e. of the forces not accounted for in the potential energy V. We have here a hint of a new outlook on the problem, in which the dynamical system and the conservative forces are thought of as constituting a single physical entity to which the remaining forces are extraneous. 6 The conservation of energy. 5) is a famous and far-reaching one which will play an important part in our subject. Its implications extend beyond the classical dynamics into the whole realm of physics.

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