I recently got accepted to both Temple and The College of New Jersey. I already have a B.A. in political science, and am currently working on a B.S. degree in physics. I spent the last two years at a community college. I know that TCNJ has a pretty good reputation overall, but I don't really...
I have checked out a bunch of general chemistry textbooks. Four are really excellent.
General Chemistry: Principles and Structure by James E. Brady and Gerard E. Humiston (this book's coverage of physical and chemical equilibrium is excellent)
Chemistry: The Molecular Nature of Matter and...
Thanks. How exactly did you go do this step? Now divide both sides by c\Delta t and you get:
\frac{s}{c\Delta t}=\sqrt{\frac{-(\Delta x)^2}{c^2(\Delta t)^2}+1}
I get everything after that.
This has been driving me insane. I don't get how he went from s/c to t/y. If someone could explain step by step how you do it I would greatly appreciate it.