Thank you! I considered this possibility, but discarded it on the following logic:
If the question means that the sequence has to be all of the same suit, it should still be a factor of 4 in answer (C), as there are four possible suits for it to work with.
If the question wants a specific...
A quick translation of the question: We have a deck of 40 cards, containing four suits (hearts, diamonds, spades, clubs), in which each suit has an ace, a queen, a jack, a king and six number cards (2 to 7). From the deck, six cards are distributed randomly and successively to a player who picks...
Ok, thanks, I see where my mistake came in.
So now I have
##
\frac{d\sqrt{u}}{du}=(1/2)u^{-1/2}
##
and
##
\frac{du}{d\epsilon}= 2(y' + \epsilon g')
##
so ## \frac {df}{d\epsilon} = (1/2)u^{-1/2}\times 2(y' + \epsilon g') ##
but I seem to be a factor of ##g'## out.
I'm coming back to maths (calculus of variations) after a long hiatus, and am a little rusty. I can't remember how to do the following derivative:
##
\frac{d}{d\epsilon}\left(\sqrt{1 + (y' + \epsilon g')^2}\right)
##
where ##y, g## are functions of ##x##
I know I should substitute say ##u = 1...
Sorry - I think I wasn't clear in my original post. I'm not looking for the definition of an open cluster, which you've summarised well, but I'm trying to define* membership of that cluster. I am studying some of the properties of a few open clusters, as identified by other authors using Gaia...
I'm doing a study using Gaia DR2 data, and in particular trying to analyse the photometric data for groups of stars which some authors believe to be loosely gravitationally bound in open clusters.
I am trying to find out a reasonable way of establishing cluster membership, before analysing the...
Ah, well I can see that the term in the exponential brackets must be constant in order for there to be no attenuation over time, so I imagine that y must increase as t increases...hence propagation in the y-direction. So far so good.
So I guess at z=0 the expression is zero, and this indicates...
I'm reading my course book on ELectromagnetism and it is talking about a wave moving in the y-z plane but with polarisation in the x-direction, and it says that the equation
$$\mathbf{E}=E_0 2i sin(k_0 z\ cos \theta) exp[i(k_0 y\ sin \theta - \omega t)]\mathbf{e}_x$$
Shows that there is no...
Ok, I take your point...I just thought maybe people had thought I was referring to v(x) which also gets used in kinematics quite a lot. The problem I had was really how to separate the variables.
Anyway, having spent most of the day on this (!) I can now see how the separation of variables is...
Still not right:
I'm getting
$$x(t)=\left(C+Dt\right)e^{-\frac{k}{m}t}+\frac{mg}{k}t$$
So taking out C, as I'll define the object to be at the origin at t=0, and differentiating:
$$v(t)=e^{-\frac{k}{m}t}D\left(1-\frac{k}{m}t\right)+\frac{mg}{k}$$
Using initial conditions (object at rest)...
Ahhh, thanks. That makes sense now.
So $$\lambda_1=\lambda_2=-\frac{k}{m}$$
so
$$x(t)=\left(C+Dt\right)e^{-\frac{k}{m}t}$$
If I include the fact that I made a mistake with the particular integral (should have been mg/k, thanks Lawrence) I might be nearly there.
EDIT:
I put the wrong...
Thanks for both of these replies.
Firstly, to Marioeden: Yes, that's the separation of variables technique that I'm familiar with. I usually look to separate the variables so that they are on either sides of the equation, then perform the integration using the chain rule as you mentioned...
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An object is falling from rest with air resistance modelled by $$kv_x$$.
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Find an expression for the speed of the object as a function of time.
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Thanks for taking the time out.
I feel like I'm probably not far away!
$$9^2\equiv13\ (mod\ 17)$$
So I guess I can consider $$9^{11}=\left(9^2\right)^5\times9$$ and simplify to:
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But still unsure how to proceed. I'll have another think...
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I believe I can state at the outset that as:
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I find it hard to visualise electrons moving relatively slowly through a metal despite the current flowing through it being quick...can anyone help?
Thx
Thanks. I had forgotten that the magnetic field lines can be thought of as passing through the inside of the magnet, so I take your point that they all cancel out.
That brings up a new question though: if the North pole of a magnet has field lines coming in and going out of it, and so does...
I'm a little confused by the textbook I'm working from, which asserts:
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Thanks in advance
Thanks.
So is it fair to say that if you create a closed surface around a single pole of a magnet, you still have field lines coming in and going out...meaning that the single pole is actually a dipole? In that case, I'm wondering whether splitting a magnet up into two poles is actually...
Can you set up a closed surface around one of the poles of a magnet? The problem I have is that it seems to violate the principle that the magnetic flux through a closed surface is always zero. Thanks