|Apr8-12, 08:57 PM||#1|
Help me if you can!! Particle physics!! Give it a shot!!! Pleaseee
in particle physics data from fermi lab I have to find out the momentum (p) of x, y, and z. The equation is p=qBx and i have q(coulombs) and B (tesla). The data I'm looking at says
cos theta x=0.47
cos theta y=-.10
cos theta z=-.88
using q=1.609E-19 and B=4
how can I find p x, p y, p z?
|Apr9-12, 03:12 AM||#2|
I'm not sure I understand what you've written out there correctly.
cos theta x = 0.47?
Do you mean x(cos (θ)) = 0.47 ?
Also, for p = qBx, is that x a subscript or a variable?
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