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  1. ToBePhysicist

    Equation of the Tangent Line to a Curve at a Given Point

    Any time, sir. I hope people understand my way... Instead of noticing that I am new here and not everything I say is accurate...People will click the links to notice some other (Experienced human or resources to get all the needed info) and getting the answers themselves...That or I am too lazy...
  2. ToBePhysicist

    Usefulness of partition of unity?

    Noticing you have not taken advantage of the link I provided...All I can say is that you didn't read the whole Spivak's Calculus.
  3. ToBePhysicist

    Lagrange EOM for 2 masses on a string

    W=P.Ef-P.Ei=K.Ef-K.Ei. I don't know much about strings...But I am trying my best gathering resources that help.. Sometimes: E.P.E=K.E
  4. ToBePhysicist

    Lagrange EOM for 2 masses on a string

    Greetings, So here is the how to 1:Short document: Find me EoM! 2:Long video: Note: I am going to get some sleep...If that is not what you asked for, please wait for someone else to answer you or @ToBePhysics so I can get to you when I am done doing things.
  5. ToBePhysicist

    Equation of the Tangent Line to a Curve at a Given Point

    There is a difference between "The Equation of a line" and "The Equation of a Tangent Line". Check the links I provided.
  6. ToBePhysicist

    Equation of the Tangent Line to a Curve at a Given Point

    Greetings, Equation of a line. Finding the Equation of a Tangent line. I can't believe I linked to wiki how...:DD
  7. ToBePhysicist

    General form of wave equation

    Glad I helped ^_^
  8. ToBePhysicist

    Usefulness of partition of unity?

    I already said that. :cool: Where is @JonnyG anyways? (Huh, oops...That will show a new alert on his page :wink:)
  9. ToBePhysicist

    General form of wave equation

    I think because it is boring...Laughing out loud Click me fast!. (Take your time)[Need anything else?]
  10. ToBePhysicist

    General form of wave equation

    Aha, now we are talking...
  11. ToBePhysicist

    General form of wave equation

    Greetings, Sorry, I have to ask... Could you be more specific about "wave equation"?
  12. ToBePhysicist

    Updated java blocking applet

    Well, sir... That error pops-up on windows when opening A Java Application with connections Like AirMax (for Windows). https://www.java.com/en/download/help/mac_controlpanel.xml [Broken] https://www.java.com/en/download/help/jcp_security.xml [Broken] If it does not work add this to exception...
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    Updated java blocking applet

    Greetings, Hope this helps
  14. ToBePhysicist

    Calculating the radius of a star's core

    Greetings, Virial Theorem? Check this thread Probably useful http://www.iiap.res.in/kodsch/Lectures/SBasu/kodaikanal.pdf.
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    Usefulness of partition of unity?

    Greetings, few Words. Hope I have provided the right answer in my answer...[pssst: I don't know what is this!I just know how to ultra google and tera- research!]
  16. ToBePhysicist

    Torque, Angular Momentum, and Conservation of Mass Problems

    Glad I helped (Acting like a gentleman)...Background: Feeling extremely good about myself helping others
  17. ToBePhysicist

    Period of the motion

    Greetings, I'll answer your question with resources: http://mmsphyschem.com/oscSpring.html [Broken]. SHM. http://www.pstcc.edu/departments/natural_behavioral_sciences/Web%20Physics/Chapter015.htm. Please note I am not into this spring and motion stuff...I tried my best gathering the most...
  18. ToBePhysicist

    Random question -- if a laser beam did not spread out

    Why don't people be more specific asking questions?
  19. ToBePhysicist

    Torque, Angular Momentum, and Conservation of Mass Problems

    Angular and Linear momentum. Angular momentum and torque. https://www.stcharlesprep.org/01_parents/vandermeer_s/Useful%20Links/Honors%20Physics/pdf%20lectures/Torque.pdf. http://web.mit.edu/8.01t/www/materials/modules/chapter19.pdf...
  20. ToBePhysicist

    Angular momentum in gravitational field

    Greetings, Is that "The Orbital Angular Momentum"?
  21. ToBePhysicist

    Random question -- if a laser beam did not spread out

    Assuming there is such "Ideal Pointer" you have nothing else to measure,...Right!? (nothing is changing but the thing you want to get!) http://imagine.gsfc.nasa.gov/features/yba/M31-velocity/images/1overrsq.gif [Broken] In this case (r) does not make a difference according to your theory...
  22. ToBePhysicist

    Random question -- if a laser beam did not spread out

    Laughing out loud...That is one easy question...No... Unless you got the right equipment...
  23. ToBePhysicist

    Is there a limit to wind power?

    Greetings, Answering the thread's question: If asking about the (wind's power) as in P=w/t----->F.Vins OR:
  24. ToBePhysicist

    Expressing Newton's 2nd law in terms of momentum

    V has nothing to do here. kick it out.
  25. ToBePhysicist

    Random question -- if a laser beam did not spread out

    Greetings, If I got you question right, I want to answer you with a question: How did we measure the distance between the Earth and the moon? Google and Wikipedia will always be there for you.
  26. ToBePhysicist

    Best free anti virus?

    Greetings, I am here to share what I think is best for your computer if you don't use "Common sense"...Before you uninstall common sense please read its features and goods: Lets get to which is better now that you have uninstalled all other AV Programs... Fast 1 MB to kill malware tasks and...
  27. ToBePhysicist

    Prob/Stats Easy text on conditional probability and Bayes theory

    Greetings, Not so sure if going easy is what helps most... Anyways I hope http://web.mit.edu/jorloff/www/18.05/pdf/class3-prep.pdf. Semi-dummies Guide no offense. Literally for dummies. Do you want a video?! My god...Don't be so Science loving and give nothing in return..I would appreciate...
  28. ToBePhysicist

    Pace and plan at which I can get into particle physics

    Greetings, I hope this helps: http://www.iop.org/publications/iop/2009/page_38211.html Symmetry Magazine. An Introduction to the Standard Model of Particle Physics. Particle Adventure. You've mentioned that you are going "Wikipedia Style" I recommend going "Full Wikipedia Style" for those links...
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