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This is a standard fuzzy dice problem, hung in a car, at angle, theta, and I have to find the acceleration of the car....
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what is the difference between moment of inertia and moment inertia tensor?
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in an closed organ pipe why don'e we consider the interfereence of the once reflected wave(from closed end) and the...
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In classical mechanics, space around us is said to be described by Euclidean space E^3. However E^3 is not a vector...
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I have been working through the book: "Almost All About Waves" John R. Pierce Dover 2006 This is a...
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Where does the energy go when light undergoes destructive interference?
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