|Jul2-12, 08:19 AM||#1|
Quick Question in projectile motion (H-J)
In Hamilton Jacobi Equation (Projectile in two dimentions [x,y]), Isn't it correct that x is a cyclical coordinate?
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|Jul3-12, 09:58 AM||#2|
You could figure that out by considering what "cyclical coordinate" means, then examining your Hamiltonian with this in mind. Of course, you can anticipate the answer from the way that a coordinate becomes non-cyclical.
The quick answer is: depends.
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