I see.
I understand what you are doing, and why you have done it as such, but I am still unable to arrive at the conclusion that the proportionality constants are equivalent even after I applied Stokes (I am coming up with a very odd integral expression, so I may have made an error there). Do...
I am currently a sophomore in college, and as of now, my calculus-based physics class is studying the phenomena of mu tual induction. However, the actual text does not display a proof showing that the proportionallity constant of two coils are equal (Msub(2 1) = Msub(1 2) = M, which is then used...
I am currently a sophomore in college, and as of now, my calculus-based physics class is studying the phenomena of mu tual induction. However, the actual text does not display a proof showing that the proportionallity constant of two coils are equal (Msub(2 1) = Msub(1 2) = M, which is then used...
Oh, i c. Sorry, I didn't see that.
1) I know that the problem deals with the conservation of momentum equation (Pi=Pf) broken down into x and y components. For the X component, I get the following equation
38(1)=35(Vfx)+3(40cos50)
But I'm not too sure about the y component. I know what to do...
Please Help! 2 Question involving momentum and collisions
Just some questions in calc-based physics. Thanks in advance.
1) A 25 kg child is in a 10 kg sled that travels 1 m/s east on ice. The child throws a 3 kg snowball at 40 m/s at an angle of 50 degrees north of east. Find the velocity of...