d^2phi/dx^2= -2AB^2tanh(Bx), correct?
Now I have gotten the equation
I set 2AB^2-A+A^3tanh^2(Bx)=0
But now what? Was I supposed to change the tanh^2(Bx) into 1-sech^2(Bx)?
Okay, here's the deal:
I have been given a second order nonlinear differential equation, and I have also been given the general solution with constants A and B. I am supposed to find the constants A and B. The solution represents a fermion at rest, since the solution does...
I am wondering if anyone can help me decide what to do about this problem. I'm at a college majoring in physics, and I'm almost done with my two years. I'm applying to different universities,and I have a professor that wishes to write me a recommendation for when I transfer. He asked me...
Is the derivative of a function a differential equation? I guess it would be because it involves a derivative, right? Would the solution to the equation just be the original function? Is solving a differential equation just another way of integrating?
Like with finding solutions of separable...
A ball starts from rest and rolls down a hill with uniform acceleration, traveling 130m during the second 6.0s of its motion.
How far did it roll during the first 6.0s of motion?
The Attempt at...
Hi! I am doing some problems to practice for a math competition, and I'm wondering if I did this correctly. I don't really have an answer sheet, so I have no way of knowing whether I'm right. If you would please review it, that would be cool!
I'm wondering if anyone knows any universities in France that have a great physics department. I'm currently in my second year of college getting my associates degree, and I'm looking at options in France for my bachelors. My French professor is always talking about French...
Use a graphing calculator to find \delta
0<|x - \pi/2|<\delta and |sin(x) - 1|<0.2
I don't think there are any other than the format of the previous information:
0<|x-a|<\delta and |f(x)-L|<\epsilon
The Attempt at a Solution
The question wasn't really written down. It was a question asked after an explanation, and it really wasn't straightforward. I'm going to try to make it into a intelligible thing.
If there is a +3 charge and a -1 charge at a distance from one another, where to the right...
Hmm well.. that's how my professor did it.
So after trying multiple times with different values for n and j, I got the right one. I ended up using n=7 and j=4. At first I tried n=14 and j=8. Nope. Then, I tried n=14 and j=4. Nope. Then, I tried n=7 and j=4! It worked... I'm still not so sure...
Find the coefficient of x8 in the expansion of (x2-3)7
(n n-j) an-jxj
The Attempt at a Solution
Well, I know that
and apparently, j=8.
This is what confuses me. n-j is a negative number.. how would...
I've recently begun to read a lot of nonfiction books.
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If there is a mass on a frictionless table connected by a string to another mass hanging from a pulley off the side of the table, is the net force on the string zero? Is the force of tension equal on both sides if the system is accelerating? Would both objects accelerate...
Hmm... Everyone I know at my school avoids math like if it were a disease. If I take them separate, I'd pay around a hundred dollars more. I'm guessing that wouldn't be much of a problem.
Yeah, I totally need to take them. I'm thinking of taking both separately. I need to take them in the...
I am currently taking a math class called college algebra. Here's the little description thing:
MAC1105 - This course introduces the student to the concept of functions and their graphs. Students will graph linear, quadratic, rational, exponential, logarithmic, radical, power, and...