Homework Statement
A stone is dropped of a cliff. A second stone is thrown down the cliff at 10 m/s at 0.5s after the first stone. When do the stones cross paths?
Homework Equations
Yf = vt + at^2/2
The Attempt at a Solution
My logic is the set the final position Yf equal for both stones...
Homework Statement
I was tutoring the other day, when we came across a problem that had me stumped!
A person standing on a hill that forms an angle \theta = 30^o wrt to the horizon, throws a stone at {\bf v} = 16 m/s up the hill at an angle \phi = 65^o wrt to the horizon. Find y_f...
Hello, this is probably one of those shoot yourself in the foot type questions.
I am going through Landau & Lifshits CM for fun. On page 7 I do not understand this step:
L' = L(v'^2) = L(v^2 + 2 \vec{v} \cdot \vec{\epsilon} + \epsilon^2)
where v' = v + \epsilon . He then expands the...
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I cannot seem to solve this problem! Both Google Chrome and IE do not show up latex in any forum sites such as this one, or stackexchange. Using this website,
https://www.physicsforums.com/mathjax/test/preview.html [Broken]
the math shows up. It is only on forum websites it appears. I...