I have been trying to calculate some exhaust flow rates for a while, and I am having some issues here. I was wondering if anyone could provide any insight.
I am making a few assumptions for this calculation. I am assuming no fuel or air is lost through blow by gasses into the...
My teacher for quantum requires us to write up our homeworks using scientific workplace. We access the software through our schools website and login. I have downloaded the program and I can use it on my computer through the internet.
When I type in symbols hbar for...
Ok so I have read that power lines carry very high voltage to minimize loss through resistance, but when I take a look at the formula
Divide both sides to get
To minimize R we should make the numerator of the quotient smaller, and the...
Qq-q2 When differentiated with respect to q is equal to
OHHHH So were saying if we multiply Q by .5 (1/2) this maximizes our equation.
This is the part I needed
Did you just know to do that? How do I know how to...
I'm sorry, I know how frustrating it can as a teacher when the student doesn't understand.
Something very simple isn't clicking though.
Is it safe to make the assumption that q is one half of Q so that makes q/Q 1/2?
I dont think thats how these variables are being used.
q= A function of Q
I worked out the q and got
q = Square root of r2-Q
But I looked in the book. the final answer is .5 or 1/2
I don't know how they got that numerical answer from these variables.
Cool that was easier than I thought : )
So now we have Q-q2/r2 ... But how do I know how to "Maximize" This equation? I know if I want to make this as big as possible I want my denominator to be as small as possible. So we make r=1? 12=1
And since I dont have values for Q I dont know what...
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't condensation only possible if the object that air is condensing onto is colder than the air that the moisture is in?
So it wouldn't be heat helping the glass wick away the moisture (Like a hot pan on the stove) Instead it would be cold temperatures, which...
I am not 100%, but by thinking this out this is what I have come up with.
Think about what caused the droplets to form on the glass. Your breath didn't only transfer moisture onto the glass, but heat too!
The glass directly in the middle of the condensed area will be marginally warmer...
Basically I'm asking for a lesson on differentiation...
I know with X I subtract one from the exponent and multiply by the old exponent
x3 turns into 3x2
But I dont know what to do when I am differentiating other letters.... How in the world do I differentiate r2 with respect to q?
If I knew...
Of the charge Q initially on a tiny sphere a portion q is transferred to a second nearby sphere. Both spheres can be treated as particles. For what value of q/Q will the electrostatic force between the two spheres be maximized?