|Feb12-12, 05:34 PM||#1|
Hello my friends! I'm trying to learn the meaning of young diagrams from Christoph Lüdelins physics751 (google it :) but I can't figure out what is happening in eqn 4.14.
I understand why 4.13 are the possible p-cycles but how does eqn 4.14 apply to this S_5 example?
(Sorry that I could not link it, I'm writing this from my phone.)
|Feb15-12, 03:56 PM||#2|
I think you are going to have to give the relevant information instead of saying where it is in the book since googling it only gives me links back to this post in several ways.
|Similar Threads for: Young Diagrams|
|Young's Modulus||Introductory Physics Homework||3|
|Young's modulus||Introductory Physics Homework||10|
|Young modulus||Introductory Physics Homework||5|
|Young's Modulus||Materials & Chemical Engineering||4|
|The Young Ones||General Discussion||7|