# If r,v,a, denotes position, velocity, and acceleration of a particle, prove d/dt[(a*(v*r)]=a-(v*r)?

Update:

sorry I missed typed, it should state:

prove d/dt[a*(v*r)]=a*(v*r)

Update 2:

sorry I missed typed, it should state:

prove d/dt[a*(v*r)]=a*(v*r)

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- AlexanderLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
This is not true.

To begin with parenthesis count is odd.

Then, dimensions of LHS and RHS do not match.

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