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Can you please tell me whether I am right or wrong? Lagrangians are scalars. They are NOT invariant under...
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I am reading the book "The Evolution of Physics". I have a doubt in the topic "The field as representation". In this...
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So I have a series of 5 data points lets say that they are (1,1),(2,3),(3,4),(4,4.5),(5,4.75) that create a power...
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Rather than try to explain what I am talking about, I am going to link to an image of it below. My question is in...
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OK... So I was sitting there minding my own business when my alter ego popped out of no where and started asking me...
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Hello I am trying to get into physics and astronomy as a hobby so please excuse the crudity of my posts, I...
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suppose that you went to moon.You have nothing else with you except a discharged if I have to recharge it...
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Hello all, I've been trying to come up with an optical design to basically form images onto a sheet positioned near...
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At this page it says: VOLTS x COULOMBS = JOULES It takes energy to push...
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Dear all, I would like to ask: Given a control volume (V1), at an initial temperature (T1), the pressure (P1) in...
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Hi everyone, here's the situation: Everyone knows that you can simulate artificial gravity by rotating a space ship....
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We all know that there four fundamental forces in nature, viz. The gravitational force The electromagnetic force...
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I have a quick question about simple harmonic motion. My text states this in the picture attached, and I'm confused as...
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Hey guys. It's been awhile I don't posting in this thread. How could space which is nothing, is finite yet...
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I always see those spring mass type questions on AP M.C. questions. Ones with a horizontal spring connected to a...
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For my question let us just consider two telephone (POTS) connected by wire, junction boxes, several telephone...
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Hello, Sometime in the last 6 months I read that researchers analyzing data from the decay of a subatomic particle...
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I am a young physics student currently attaining my A Levels, therefore my knowledge of this higher quantum physics is...
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As I understand it, pulleys will reduce the force needed to lift objects but require a greater distance. As the number...
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I'm currently a first year physics student and missed some nets and concepts and need help before exams. It would be a...
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Can we see atoms or other atomic stuff like electrons and protons, etc.? If not, how can we know they exist and how...
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Their are three proven dimensions ( + time ) and we can only see two right? Google insists their could be more or even...
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does anyone know where i can find the information on how to build the particle analyzer for the particle accelerators?
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