So matter actually have a wave length like De Broglie formulated it in his equation? So what does this change in physics? Did we have to rewrite any models, extent them? Or did we find new properties for particle that we can use to explain new physics?
I was just wondering about, after I had read about this topic. Which consequences did it have on physics that we can consider light as waves in some experiments and as particles (photons, quanta) in other experiments.
And maybe even if all matter can have the same properties as light?
I've found out a possible solution if we state that x=3 and y=5, then we can say that
then we can put our value in and put it under our fraction so we now got:
Nothing in the parantese:
Now we need the y asymptote:
f(0)=5 to make this statement true...
Make an example of a possible equation whose graph got the asymptotes:
x=3 and y=5
x=-2 and y=3
The Attempt at a Solution
I have no idea but I'm ready to hear those kind of solutions you might suggest me
In my last year in this step of my education I'm going to construct a project based on the subjects of physics and mathematics.
So I was wondering if you had any ideas to an exciting and maybe even bit difficult subject to work with. I don't care if...