It would be easier to hardcode some array values or take them from a file while testing your program - and faster since you won't have to insert values.
Then change it back later.
You could also just check if they are not the same as suggested earlier - and if you never hit that break then they...
I set Tx to kx and found x using known terms and it gave me .077 which is correct.
using the tension I found and the new length I was able to calculate the velocity at .73m/s which is also correct. Thanks for pointing that out.
thanks for the help everyone! I really enjoyed this problem.
A ball of mass 0.250 kg is attached to a spring with spring constant 35.0 N/m and relaxed length 0.200 m. The other end of the spring is attached to a vertical pole. The ball is set into circular motion in the horizontal plane with the spring making an angle 25degrees with...
Yeah I tried to post a image with a link to my google drive but it didn't let me - then when I tried to remove it wouldn't let me.
I finally resorted to posting it in the comments lmao.
Did you have a chance to check over my solution? I hope I got this correct I've been stuck on it for awhile
I think I have figured out my mistake but please can I still get a check to see if my solution is correct?
first I find what Q needs to be to get .2E
to do this I say:
E0 = ½Q2/C, E = ½ ( √.2 Q )2/C = .2(½ Q2/C) = .2E0
I then use this to find -t
-t = RCln(Q/Q0) = RCln(√.2Q0/Q0) = RCln(√.2)
In the circuit shown in the figure each capacitor
initially has a charge of
magnitude 3.60nC on its plates. After the switch S is closed, what will be the
current in the circuit at the instant that the capacitors
have lost 80.0% of their initial stored energy?
the shown 3...