"easy" Laplace Transform...help!
Homework Statement
Evaluate L{(e^-2t)*t*sinht}
Homework Equations
translation theorem
The Attempt at a Solution
Just to clarify: the contents of the bracket is the product of 3 terms:
e^-2t (e to the power of -2t)
t
sinht
all...
I think i see what you're saying PhanthomJay but why then did he orient the triangle at D differently than the other triangle?
If the reaction at D was parallel to the other 2 forces, shouldnt both triangles be oriented the same way? So that their hypotenuses are parallel??
AAaaaargh! I don't understand!! Aarggghh!
Homework Statement
OK so I'm trying to understand the solution to a mechanics of materials problem that I'm working on. I understand the entire solution EXCEPT for 3 very tiny and BASIC lines of math which draw upon some BASIC trig property of which...
I have the solution to a problem and I need help understanding how the solution was obtained.
I have to take an equation of an ellipse and transfer it to parametric form.
The ellipse has the equation: (x+1)^2 + 4y^2 = 4.
The solution has the ellipse parameterized as follows:
x+1 =...
Ok, well I know that once theta = 2pi, the behavior of of sinQ will repeat itself. Should I then plug in 2pi to the equation and work with that?
I know the value of sinQ becomes zero again at pi. Does this mean the outer boundary is from 0 to pi?
Hi I need to use a double integral to find the area of the region bounded by:
r = 3 + 3sinQ where Q = theta.
I know the bounds of the inner integral are from 0 to 3 + 3sinQ.
However, I do not know how to determine the bounds of the outer integral.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi I need to use a double integral to find the area of the region bounded by:
r = 3 + 3sinQ where Q = theta.
I know the bounds of the inner integral are from 0 to 3 + 3sinQ.
However, I do not know how to determine the bounds of the outer integral.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Homework Statement
integrate sqrt(1-x^-2/3)^1/2.
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
The only thing I can think of is u substitution with u = 1 - x^-2/3. Obviously this cannot work because du differs by more than just a constant.
I guess I need to somehow factor...
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For example, I know that when I calculate the integral of a function which is defined...
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Suppose you have an ideal solenoid placed horizontally in front of you. The current is traveling (spiralling) from your left to your right.
What direction is the magnetic field inside the...
Acceleration in terms of velocity and radius??!
Homework Statement
Which one of the quantities below has dimensions = [(ML)/(T^2)]
MV
MV^2
(MV^2)/R
MRV
(MV^2)/(R^2)
Homework Equations
My physics textbook defines 3 basic dimesions: M = Mass. T = Time. L = Length...