On problem number 77 on the 1996 Physics GRE test that is now available for practice, I believe there are two answer choices that are completely equivalent.
The test is here:
http://www.stanford.edu/group/sps/files/GR9677.pdf [Broken]
I think answer choice (d) reduces down to choice (b)...
This question was posed to me a while ago, but I never fully understood how to solve it.
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I am reading the section in Griffiths' Quantum about adding spins together. It says if you have a particle of spin s1 and another of spin s2 then the possible composite spins are
s1+s2, s1+s2 -1, s1+s2-2, ... |s1-s2|
that rule (though not proven in this text) has seemed straight forward to me...
Okay that document says there are about 1.1 billion Han. I am assuming none of them are black
So I have narrowed it down to:
< .2 billion black people in China
So far I am winning
OK then let's see who can make the most clever use of resources we do have. How far can you narrow your estimate.
I will start
# of Blacks (African) in China < 1.3 billion
who can improve this
I can't find this information online. I was wondering if anyone could tell me about how many black people reside in China.
There are 1.3 billion people in China
This is more a qualitative question than a specific homework question, but a homework problem got me wondering about it.
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V(r) = 0 \hspace{1cm} r \geq a
V(r) = -V_0\hspace{1cm} r < a
I am trying to solve for the ground state energy. When I find...
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I am trying to solve
x^2y'' + xy' = 0
I know that two solutions that work, by inspection are
y_1 = c_1
and
y_2 = c_2ln(x)
where c_1 and c_2 are just arbitrary constants.
However I was hoping I would be able to find a more systematic way to solve it. I can get the...
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Isn't...