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Having recently completed a session on the simple pendulum in physics, I was curious as to what the solution to...
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If a metallic ball is place under a giant hollow top, and the top starts to rotate. Along with the top, the metallic...
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There's this graphic of space (s) versus time (t) of a particle. How would I know if the trajectory is always...
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Basically the symbols like force f and d/dt (mv) for these subjects. Physics Geometry Calculus Astronomy...
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Why volume charge density arises because of only a non-uniform polarization inside a dielectric?
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I was wondering how speed, velocity, acceleration and anything with a \Delta t in the denominator are defined at...
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Do you guys know of any physics experiment that I can do in my house? Please reply soon thanks.
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How do I know which one of these two spheres have more specific heat capacity?
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I have a simple question let's say object hits the wall at angle and reflect. Will reaction force from that impact...
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So I understand that a black body is a diffuse emitter, and that it radiates energy at a rate of σT^4. I also...
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During summer my swimming pool is 23° C and my loft air is 53° C. (73° F / 127° F) The sun shines on the metal...
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Case 1. You have a sphere with Radius R and middle point X with the charge Q. The charge is equally distributed over...
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I'm taking E & M II... Would anyone agree that the following statements are true? An electric field changing in...
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If fan blades move in a circular way how is the air moving towards you (in front of fan) ? Also propeller and fan...
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In the attached figure, a de-energizing RL circuit is drawn (left switch is opened while right switch is closed). In...
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Hi, The permanent gases like Nitrogen, Helium etc. have more specific heat capacity as liquid than their gases....
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I do not really understand the big picture of gauss law. For what I know a conductor is a material where electrons can...
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