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Hi - I'm undertaking a self-study of calculus-based physics 101 using Sears/Zemansky's 'University Physics' text (12th...
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Can matrix representations of any higher order Clifford Alebras be found ?
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hello Can someone write me the proof, according to Maxwell's equation for magnetic field behaves like a wave?? thanks
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1. how can the experimental result that the distance covered by a body during free fall is directly proportional to...
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Could anyone prove the moment of inertia of a thin walled hollow sphere using the y^2 + x^2 = r^2. I have only studied...
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I have a 2 questions regarding Newton’s third law and I will explain them using examples: 1. Body A is pushing...
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Hi, This is my first post. Sorry for the mistakes it certainly contains. I have two questions. First, is there...
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Hi, Originally I had a question about a wire that allows electrons to move to higher voltage. I could not figure...
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How did Kepler exactly prove that the period squared is proportional to the radius cubed? If he didn't prove it. Then...
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In the solution manual (which I never trust) the tension vector of the rope that emerges from point A only has a...
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This is a question about the text of Hailiday/Resnick/Walker 8th ed. p217 - 219. It's not a homework problem, but...
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If a body moves along a quarter of a circle and it is subject only to conservative forces, it is relatively easy to...
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Refer to the attached picture, condition : assume steady state legend : red : insulated (adiabatic) ...
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Please don't be too cruel. I obviously have to be doing something wrong but it seems to me that the gravitational...
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does chaos imply ergodicity? or ergodicity imply chaos? which classical system is known to be ergodicity for...
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Hi everyone, I'm working on a presentation for a physics class, and I've run into some difficulty. Our group is...
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I know the equation for emf: -dflux/dt= -dB/dt*A . In my case everything is constant accept the magnetic field and I...
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I was wondering if there is any way to prove the moment of inertia of a thin walled hollow sphere by using y^2 + x^2 =...
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What is it that exactly causes an attraction between two masses?
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Hi! I have been trying to understand how a "complicated" circiut can be transformed to show which resistors are...
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In Classical Mechanics, are the three components of Angular Momentum L: Lx, Ly, Lz independent to each other? ...
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hi, i have a problem understanding why the wave equations are as such if wave is moving left, it is f(z,t) =...
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Whenever there's normal force there must be a force that causes it. Please explain how in this diagram of this object...
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Lets say I have a beam with a cross section made of half aluminium and half steel glued together. I would like to know...
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Hello, I just read a book reagarding newton and his laws and had few questions about it. What is Gravitational field...
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I'm trying to understand how to do diffraction problems with apertures and don't really understand how to work...
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How do (e^2)/(4Pi x epsilon x Planck constant x speed of light) cancel to give one and make the fine structure...
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I have almost completed whole the derivation of maxwell equations but didn't get the answer that what was the purpose...
Apr23-11 04:31 PM
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Hello, In the design of electromagnets, why does the length of the solenoid matter? The magnetic field inside a...
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lets say i have a simple battery circuit 1) why is the static electric field ,produced by the potential difference...
Apr23-11 02:09 PM
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Hi, I'm building a pair of helmholtz coils to do a variety of magnetism-related experiments. I've borrowed an old...
Apr23-11 01:53 PM
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We've always been using mm^4, but I see in my answer book (answer written below) that one solution says R^4. Is it the...
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Assuming only air friction, do you think it is equally as energy efficient to reach a destination in a vehicle...
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How we can prove (using geomtry and not differential equation) that the orbit of planet have to be a conic section.
Apr23-11 09:02 AM
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What would prevent this from being feasible 910nm-382nm-=528nm?????
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hi everyone........ i was recently thinking about a generator that would work as per the principle of...
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does anyone know why the forces point in such a direction? basically, its a dipole (y-orient) in an E-field but...
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Assume two charges, an electron and a proton, accelerate together. For example, let them start at (x,y)=(0,h) and...
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