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Sir, Why does a spinning top precess only when its axis is inclined to the vertical direction of the...
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Everyone has seen a spinning top in action, and maybe some of you have also seen how they're able to stabilize...
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Trying to analyze all the dynamics of gyroscopic type motion. Assume the Z axis is vertical (which the wheel...
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why would a hard boiled egg spin and raw egg wont if made to spin on a flat surface?
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do the electrons have spin angular dipole momentum? (In classical mechanics, the spin angular momentum of a body is...
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