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Unintended consequences of imprecise notation: An example from mechanics
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2. Stephen Thornton and Jerry B. Marion, Classical Dynamics of Particles and Systems, 5th ed. (Brooks/Cole, Independence, KY, 2004), Section 7.8, p. 258.
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4.It is worth noting that this discrepancy in the values for in the two formalisms is present even for the case with a nonzero potential ; it is simply more obvious when the potential is zero.
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