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I'm reading about the method of image charges at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Method_of_image_charges The page...
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most problems on rotational mechanics which we do we are not provided with the rotational axis ...like in case of a...
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Don't know if this is the right place for such a question... I plotted these graphs based on data taken from the...
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Hello, I'm a medical student and a few days ago a rather interesting question arose when I was doing some research....
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when we say the current through a wire is uniform and is I what do we mean
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how does one experimentally check biot-savart's law
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http://img338.imageshack.us/img338/9050/polarizerya6.jpg I apologize for my bad sketch. Hi, I need help...
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From what I gathered in Heat transfer, an object in space, ie space shuttle, can only lose cabin heat through the...
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I got my information on speeds of sound through various materials from this page:...
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I remember the discussion of resonance from physics class a long time ago because of the illustration of the collapse...
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Given the Hamiltonian of a system \mathcal H , could we obtain the curves solution to Hamilton equations X(t) Y(t)...
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Hello. First off, I'd like to mention that I'm new to this website, and I apologize if my question is in the wrong...
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Hey guys, I know how to do torque and forces for an object in equilibrium...but how do I know whether a torque is...
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Why do we accept newtons laws? For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. why? An object in motion...
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how does one prove this if a system is rotating about three different perpendicular axes then total kinetic energy...
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what really happens in the secondary refraction of light in a rainbow when it occurs ? Do red and violet stil refract...
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I'm reading a book (intro to, by Davidson) about MHD now, but found I'm a bit rusty on tensors and curvilinear...
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I was trying to figure this out on my own, probably more a trig question then math though. It''s been a few years...
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In my "living room lab", I have observed that oblique collisions between a moving hand-held ping-pong paddle and a...
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when we say that in pure rolling the speed of the point of contact is 0 do we really mean it's just absolutely 0 or is...
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we know kinetic energy of a system from a certain frame of refrence is the sum of kinetic energy in the c.m framee...
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One of my professors sent me an article on quantum optics in ultra thin semiconductors. In various graphs and text,...
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can someone tell me why this is true \vec{F}=T(\frac{dy(x+\Delta x)}{dx}-\frac{dy(x)}{dx})\cong...
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Hi everyone, I'm already familiar with, and have used Lagrangians and Euler-Lagrange equations. I'm interested in...
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I would like to ask anybody who can help me to find some notes on the Carnot Cycle and the 2nd law of thermodynamics....
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consider the plates ofa capacitor suppose u just have two capacitors connected in series then consider the two plates...
Aug1-07 11:17 PM
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Does any of you have an idea of how to model the behavior of a bouncing ball with STELLA (ISEE Systems)? I have only...
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If I'm a small particle in a liquid in temperature T, molecules from every direction collide in me f times per second,...
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hi, We see theoretical discussion of Electric field inside the charged capacitor is confined in the space...
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I have a question regarding the conservation of energy. If I were to push a medium sized box across a surface, I would...
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I'm trying to model (purely for my own edification) the behavior of a rocket (specifically w.r.t. significant mass...
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Consider a two particle system: ---- photon ----------- massive particle --------------------- ------- photon...
Jul30-07 07:29 AM
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A little or maybe its a lot, HELP! How do I go about getting the info to design a "cannon" probably black powder to...
Jul29-07 12:06 AM
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see the file the think that i don't understand is hoe to start studying the movement of multiple atom or spacial...
Jul28-07 06:14 PM
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I'm trying to write a small rigid-body physics program. I already have the linear forces part done, using Euler's...
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I've read from several sources that says the inverse square law doesn't apply to lasers, but I've been told that it...
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my physics teacher told me that: 'for an object placed at the surface of the earth, the gravtitional force must be...
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is there a converse of uniqueness theorem for circuits have for charged conductors. or atleast is there such a...
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given any wave equation (linear or not) could we always find a solution. \Psi (x,t)= f(x-ct) is this the...
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