Hey everyone!
First of all, Happy Holidays...
Now I'm still unsure about my major at all..
I'm currently studying EE at City College of New York... As you know more engineering major you start with your general courses, liberal arts and electives... I did all my sciences, math and...
It was actually in my exam a few years ago.. i solved the problem in class tho... i don't remember the answer, but the equation given here was very useful... :)
How would i type that in maple?
f:=sin(x)^3*cos(y)?
or f:=sin^3(x)*cos(y)?
anyways i pulled the cos(y) out of the integral, then change sin^3(x) to sin(x)*(1-cos^2(x))... i think that led me to
sin(x)-cos^2(x)*sin(x)
so integrate sin(x)= cos(x) minus
integration of cos^2(x)*sin(x)...
Homework Statement
f:=sin^3(x)cos(y)
Integrate f, from x=y....pi/2)
Homework Equations
I can do it if the two letters were y... But i have no idea how to solve when they are combined..
The full question is like this:
The square plates of a 9000pF capacitor measure 90mm by 90mm and are separated by a dielectric which is 0.29mm thick. The voltage rating of the capacitor is 300V. THe dielectric strength, in KV/m is closest to:
A. 1300
B. 930
C. 1200
D. 1100
E. 1000
To...
Hello Everyone!
i need some guide and hints about this...
Here is the link for the picture...
From the figure, the electric Field lines arising from two charges Q1 and Q2 are shown. From this drawing we can see that
A) The electric field could be zero at P2
B) Both Q1 and Q2 have the...