I'm currently an undergraduate student and I'm taking BS Mathematics. We're gonna start our research this semester. I'm kinda interested in researching about Math and Economics so if you know any good sites for papers/articles about this field, feel free to post it here. Thanks guys! :)
I'm a college student and I'm taking 12 units of math now. I'm having quite a hard time on some topics so I really want to know how should I study for these math topics. Can you also give some other references that I can use? (like the MIT Courseware, Harvard Online Courses, etc.)
Here are the...
Super thank you!! It's now working. I finally understood the changes you want me to make!
Here's my working code:
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from math import *
note = " Note: Use 1000 as mass1 and 1e12 as mass2 to get the proper results. "
print note
i = 0
t = 0
x1...
So I'm right to use this one?
dt = t + 0.001
but I should also put the code t = t + dt?
Also I don't get the idea you're trying to tell about my v_x and v_y. :(
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from math import *
i = 0
t = 0
x1 = []
y1 = []
x = 5
y = 0
bx = 2
by = 0
mass1 = input("input mass 1: ")
mass2 = input("input mass 2: ")
G = 6.67e-11
bigx = x
bigy = y
smallx = bx
smally = by
while i < 10000:
i = i+1
while t < 100:
offset_x = (x...
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
from math import *
i = 0
t = 0
x1 = []
y1 = []
x = 5
y = 0
bx = 2
by = 0
mass1 = input("input mass 1: ")
mass2 = input("input mass 2: ")
G = 6.67e-11
bigx = x
bigy = y
smallx = bx
smally = by
while i < 10000:
i = i+1
while t < 100:
offset_x = (x...
But what are the directions of the forces here? Towards the other planet and the other one is where? How about my radius, r = sqrt((x-bx)**2 + (y-by)**2), is this the one I should use?
Homework Statement
We need to plot a two points (representation of planets). One is stationary and one is supposed to move on a circular orbit. We are using Python, Matplotlib and Numpy. We're not getting a circular orbit. We're just getting a line.
Homework Equations
a = F / mass1...
I'm sorry but I don't exactly get it. I'm really having a hard time in Calculus right now.
For #1, what is dz? Just a representation for height? and I can't picture properly the tetrahedron I need to slice.
For #2, I really don't get it. I'm sorry.
I hope you'll still explain it to me.
Homework Statement
Find the volume of the described figures
1. A pyramid with height h and base an equilateral triangle with side a (a tetrahedron).
2. Find the volume common to two spheres each with radius r, if the center of each sphere lies on the surface of the other sphere...
@jared: thanks for the advice! :) I will look into that. Yes maybe you're right but we can still wait if there are people who will answer or as you suggested, will give sources. :)