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can you help me relate velocity and angle in a graph? please, how are they related? how is it possible to plot...
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Hi All, I don't know whether this question makes any sense or not anyhow i will ask. For example, consider a...
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Hello, I haven't learned a lot of physics and math, but I don't know how I misunderstand the following concepts: ...
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Hi. Say a particle is moving around in uniform circular motion. The way my book attacks this problem is by placing...
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How does one define an electric field??
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Im trying to find the velocity for the surface wave on water. Its like when you throw a pebble on a small lake and...
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I would like to determine how long it would take a volume of water to cool from an initial temperature to a final...
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Hi, I have attempted a basic gravitation question from “Classical Mechanics” R. Douglas Gregory (1st ed). I get the...
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Last time people concluded that 'I proved the law of conservation of energy and momentum wrong by my...
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I developed a propulsion system...a propulsion system which has no interactions from the environment...i.e the force...
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Hallo, Does the velocity i simple harmonic oscillator is zero in equilibrium points? if it's true how does it...
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why there is no magnetic lines of force through soft ring placed in a magnetic field ???????
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Hello Physics Forum! My name is Adam Rubin. I am a magician and I write a monthly column called, Braindrops for...
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I'm working on an experiment where I'm trying to simulate the natural cycle of temperature changes in a River. I have...
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I want to know the relationship between the resistive forces of a gyroscopic exercise tool and the revolutions per...
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It is well known that phase velocities can be FTL (faster than light). It is often said that group velocities cannot...
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Hello, I have a question regarding page 241 of “Principles of Electrodynamics” by Melvin Schwartz. He is deriving...
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I reading a physics book on my own right now and I appear to be stuck. The problem is as follows: A 10 m long...
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"classical" physics is completely defined by three basic theories. It starts with the basic theory, F=dp/dt, p = mv,...
Jul19-09 01:15 PM
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The simple pulley :- A simple pulley consists essentially of a wheel with a rope round it which it contained in a...
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In the paper (1), the authors show that the group velocity can be faster than light, slower than light, infinite, or...
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The below though experiment which i devised, raises some personal concerns about my understanding of thermodynamics...
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Hi, I have a question that says there is a steel pipe with a cross section of 8 meters by 1 meter. Does that mean...
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% varibles % I current(A) in +phi direction on ring % a ring radius (m) % Ndeg number of...
Jul18-09 05:19 PM
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Hi all, There are 2 identical gears which are in the same axis. At first gear #1 rotates at angular velocity w,...
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Can anyone explain that how the ice's temperature is zero degree and water's temperature is 80 degree are mix and...
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Hi, I'm a newbie starting to study physics at a later age (45). I've tried to find an answer to my question in this...
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Help! Which has higher heat conductivity: water or air? And could you give me a proof as well? Regards, Quan...
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I didn't know where to post this question, so I'm sorry if I did it in the wrong section. I've fell over the...
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Why is the electric field defind as per meter while the magnetic field is defined as per square meter? Does...
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cmos
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Hi! I am a french student who's discovering microfluidic through english texts and I am not sure to understand waht...
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Mapes
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This is not homework, but the question is really bugging me. Here is the problem: On a scale, you place a glass...
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The center of mass of the earth is approximately at the center. The center of mass is also where the force vector of...
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I was wondering if the "Method of image charges" could be extended even partly or approximately to oscillating...
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There are certain properties of lines of force, I know they are not real, but following these 'properties', given...
Jul16-09 12:59 PM
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Hello, everyone! I'm working on parametrizing a magnetic field using spherical harmonics. The equations Yc n,m...
Jul16-09 11:20 AM
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Hi, I red that in Franklin's book "Classical Electromagnetism" there's off-axis magnetic field of a solenoid...
Jul16-09 08:09 AM
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(Update -- please read the third post -- I guess I'm wondering how an antenna works in particular). Hey, I...
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The real question here is what is the determining factor to have a nonholonomic system? A rattleback shape is...
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This caught my interest after someone posted the question on a cycling forum of would a heavy and light cyclist have...
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