For 1, right. I think their way of drawing that imaginary horizontal line is a little weird. But your elaboration makes perfect sense. So I have another question now regarding anharmonic oscillators: It seems that when R goes to infinity this graph will become asymptotic. Is the limit of this...
Hey all, I want to preface this with I wasn't sure if I should put this in the physics thread since it is quantum mechanics or in chemistry thread since this is for my Physical Chemistry course. I will gladly move the thread if the community feels it is more appropriate in the physics thread. I...
Ok, sorry I had a spark of genius. And I've been kind of going with it. I just want to know if I'm on the right track. I set the +q1 charges equal to each other and got:
Then I set the -q2 charges equal to each other and got:
Substitute to get
See that's the thing, i'm still iffy on the relationshiphs. My best educated guess would be:
Since V @ .0335m is equal to zero. That would mean the net electric field at that point is also 0 because E=-ΔV/Δs.
Or am I going in a completely wrong direction.
A positive charge +q1 is located to the left of a negative charge −q2. On a line passing through the two charges, there are two places where the total potential is zero. The first place is between the charges and is 3.35 cm to the left of the negative charge. The second...
Two objects are identical and small enough that their sizes can be ignored relative to the distance between them, which is 0.3 m. In a vacuum, each object carries a different charge, and they attract each other with a force of 2.3 N. The objects are brought into contact, so...
So I set that ratio equal to the ratio of vf/vi and then canceled out sqrt(\gammak/m) because it is constant in both cases therefore the ratio of Sinfθ/Siniθ is equal to sqrt(Tf)/sqrt(Ti) It was correct.
Sound exits a diffraction horn loudspeaker through a rectangular opening like a small doorway. Such a loudspeaker is mounted outside on a pole. In winter, when the temperature is 273 K, the diffraction angle θ has a value of 11°. What is the diffraction angle for the same...
A person fishing from a pier observes that five wave crests pass by in 7.4 s and estimates the distance between two successive crests to be 4.6 m. The timing starts with the first crest and ends with the fifth. What is the speed of the wave?
I had to draw out my own daigram. L1 is the distance from the feet to the cg, L2 is the distance from cg to the hand and X1 and X2 are just how I denoted distance in my notes, they're not given in the equations
So yes johnny you are correct.
a person (weight W = 590 N, L1 = 0.830 m, L2 = 0.409 m) doing push-ups. Find the normal force exerted by the floor on each hand and each foot, assuming that the person holds this position.
Xcg= (W1X1 + W2X2)/(W1+W2)
The Attempt at a...
A golf ball passing through a windmill at a miniature golf course. The windmill has 6 blades and rotates at an angular speed of 1.65 rad/s. The opening between successive blades is equal to the width of a blade. A golf ball (diameter 4.50x10-2 m) has just reached the edge...
A golf ball passing through a windmill at a miniature golf course. The windmill has 6 blades and rotates at an angular speed of 1.65 rad/s. The opening between successive blades is equal to the width of a blade. A golf ball (diameter 4.50x10-2 m) has just reached the edge of...