Homework Statement
In Figure 30-63, the inductor has 26 turns and the ideal battery has an emf of 16 V. Figure 30-64 gives the magnetic flux through each turn versus the current i through the inductor. If switch S is closed at time t = 0, at what rate di/dt will the current be changing at t =...
Homework Statement
An elastic conducting material is stretched into a circular loop of 20.0 cm radius. It is placed with its plane perpendicular to a uniform 0.900 T magnetic field. When released, the radius of the loop starts to shrink at an instantaneous rate of 78.0 cm/s. What emf is...
E(sphere) = Q/ 4pi(distance)^2
Notice that this the same as a point charge. You do not need to worry about the radius of the sphere for this part of the question.
Convergence and divergance basically revolve around limits. Are you studying integrals, or series and sequences? With improper integrals(which I think you are studying), all you need to to is find the limit of the eqaution; if it does dot approach a specific number as n approaches infinity it...
Sounds like it. Just graph the points, connect them with a common curve (prob something like a sin or cosine graph) and point out where the curve reaches its maximum and/ or minimum (concave up or down).
Using a diagram for this one is incredibly helpful (as you did). Using your trigonmic triangle to find the initial velocities of each plane(horizontal and vertical). The 60km/h should be the "hypotenuse of the vector diagram (triangle). Use the sin and cosine of 5 degrees to discover both...
yes, i did forget to use n! in the denominator.
New Equation(for part a): f(x) = 1 + (2(x-2))/3*1!) + (6(x-2)^2)/(9*2!) + (24(x-2)^3)/(27*3!)+...+ ((x-2)^n)/((3^n)*(n!))
I got this by using the given nth derivative formula f^n(2)= (n+1)!/3^n for the f1 f2 f3 derivitive parts of the formula...
Homework Statement
The function f has a Taylor series about x=2 that converges tp f(x) for all x in the interval of convergence. The nth derivative of f at x=2 is given by f^(n)(2)=((n+1)!)/3^n for n>=1, and f(2) =1.
(a). write the first four terms and the general term of the Taylor series...