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\[\LARGE F=\frac{dp}{dt}\]
Can we use this? :P

Good idea! ^_^
No.

force is equal to change in momentum divided by change in time

-_- @ParthKohli

@amistre64 Isn't that just what DLS said...

i was just seeing if i remembered how to interpret the question correctly :)

Ft = p = mv2-mv1

\[\vec F\Delta t=\Delta \vec p = m(\vec v_f-\vec v_i)\]

not sure what you mean by how you derive it.

Does not seem so convincing. :-|

No, not that one. lol, got it

I'd rather say...\[\vec F \Delta t \propto \Delta \vec p\]

that style went out with Descartes :)

I feel like a newbie here!

You are indirectly asking for the proof of F=ma which only Isaac Newton knows.

I think @shubhamsrg can derive F=ma.
Its a piece of cake for him.

Of course, of course!