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magnetic field forms closed loop always. So, it should be called a non-conservative force. But if a charged...
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When I do some physics derivation, I find that on a seesaw, if the object is farther away from the fulcrum, the...
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if F is any function and H is the hamiltonian, then the Poisson Bracket of F and H, is given by: = dF/dt -...
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Now suppose we have two conductors A and B. A has a charge of +2 and B has a charge of +8. If we let the two...
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Hello I attach a question (PDF-file) which I found in an old physics book, I printed the question and re-generated...
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Many of us have seen how to find a vector satisfying the following conditions (i) magnitude is m (ii) makes angles...
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It is often said that Maxwell's equations in differential form hold in special relativity while Maxwell's equations in...
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