the answer is NE^0.5 but my answer is E^0.5N
the # of state is Ω=( one particle phase-space volume)^N
one particle phase-space volume=integration of dq*integration of dp
from space part dq I get V and dp is converted into Energy E variable via E=p^2/2m
for the case, r>>r' the higher-order term like 1/r^2 and above that is negligible.
so V(r)=cons.*1/r*P0(cos a)
but for the case r'>>r will it be V(r)=cons.*1/r'[ summation Pn(cos a')t'^n] where t'=r/r'
now if we neglect higher-order term of r/r' then V(r)=cons.*1/r'*P0(cos a') which is...
when the earth approaches toward the Proxima Centauri its speed is more than the speed ,when earth moves away from it,like the earth's movement around the sun.
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My friend asked me this question.but I don't know about GTR.I studied STR .According to postulate speed of light in vacuum is same in all inertial frames.But a frame with uniform angular velocity is not inertial frame and the speed of light which has same value not the velocity.
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Actually it is a exam question with 4 options, given below-
(1) the water molecule has no permanent dipole moment
(2) the boiling point of water is 100 °C
(3) the two quantities arc measured by different experiments
(4) water is transparent to visible light
It seems that option (3) is...
Homework Statement
Consider the potential field V(x, y) which is 0 and -Vo (V0 > 0) respectively in the regions
of y greater and less than zero . Let θ and θ' be the angles of incidence and refraction of
the particle with the y-axis at the point of incidence as it crosses the x-axis . The ratio...
Homework Statement
The equation of state of an ideal gas is p = nkT, where p is the thermodynamic
pressure and n = N / V is the thermodynamic variable for the number of particles per
unit volume. The n dependence of the free energy f per unit volume of the ideal gas is
obtained by the following...
Homework Statement
A 300 MHz plane wave propagating through a non-conducting medium having relative permeability= 1, relative permittivity= 78.What is the velocity of light in this medium?
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
n=√(78)
v=c/n
=3*108/√78[/B]