The amplitude of a periodic variable is a measure of its change in a single period (such as time or spatial period). There are various definitions of amplitude (see below), which are all functions of the magnitude of the differences between the variable's extreme values. In older texts, the phase of a period function is sometimes called the amplitude.
My answer is (D) but the correct answer is (B). I thought the intensity will be 4 times since the slit width is doubled and amplitude becomes twice. What is my mistake?
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(a) Substituting the values, I get ##X_L=100\ \Omega##, ##X_C=666.67\ \Omega##.
From this, I get ##Z=601\ \Omega##, ##I=49.9\ mA##
##V_R=9.98\ V##, ##V_L=4.99\ V##, ##V_C=33.3\ V##
(b) It's possible for the voltage amplitude across the capacitor to be greater than the voltage amplitude across...
A horizontal metal plate connected to a vibration generator is oscillating vertically with simple
harmonic motion of period 0.080 s and amplitude 1.2 mm. There are dry grains of sand on the
plate. The frequency of the vibrating plate is kept constant and its amplitude is slowly increased
from...
Why do we say that wave amplitude tells us where we are likely to find the particle versus where we are likely to find the wave from the particle? Isn't the later a more accurate description of the QM math?
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Looking to calculate the amplitude and cross section of the process: electron + positron to photon + Z boson.
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My question is specifically with calculating the intensity. The book solution is
I=P/(4*pi*r^2)
but would this not give me a weaker electrical amplitude in the final calculation after plugging it in to
I=(1/2)*√(ε0/μ0)*(E02) ?
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I was trying to calculate the amplitude of the secondary maximums in the single slit diffraction.
When I use the formula:
$$ I = I_0 (\frac {sin(\Delta \phi /2)} {\Delta \phi /2})^2 $$
If I take ## x = \Delta \phi /2 ## and derivate I get that the maximum occurs when:
$$ x = tan(x) $$...
TL;DR Summary: How do i find the intensity of this wave?
I know I is proportional to amplitude / frequency squared, but I don't know what equation this comes from. And I don't know how to answer this.
How would we model/calculate the circular waves in a pool of water (wavelength and amplitude) from a mass falling into it from a given height, and from a fountain of water falling into it continuously?
Is there is a way to describe the initial configuration of the wave based on the stimulus...
For this problem,
The solution is,
Does anybody please know another way to solve this problem?
EDIT: Why do they assume that no energy is absorbed by the water?
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I am a 4th-yesr PhD student in Theoretical Particle Physics. My work frequently involves computational stuff so I feel like addicted to developing and using computational techniques for solving physics problems. I am aimed at some topics involving computers for my postdoc. My current project...
The known expression of the wave function is
where A is the amplitude, k the wave number and ω the angular velocity.
The mathematical definition of arc length for a generical function in an interval [a,b] is
where, in our sinusoidal case:
For our purpose (calculation of the length in one...
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I did it in a way that's analytically not correct at all lol..
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I have inputs like displacement of a driving mechanism and then the frequency of concern .
Displacement: 0.2 mm
Concerned Frequency: 100 Hz
I would like to evaluate a part with the input displacement applied to a node and not as base excitation.
It can be sweep over the frequency range...
I am having difficulty writing out
##\bra{p',\lambda}\psi^{\dagger}(-\frac{z^-}{2})\gamma^0\gamma^+\psi\frac{z^-}{2})\ket{p,\lambda}## in momentum space.
Here, I am working in light-cone coordinates, where I am defining ##z^-=z^0-z^3##, ##r'=r=(0,z^{-},z^1,z^2)##.
My attempt at this would be...
Find amplitude, period, PS, VS. then graph.
ok I think these are the plug ins we use
$Y_{cos}=A\cos\left[\omega\left(x-\dfrac{x \phi}{\omega} \right)\right]+B
\implies A\cos\left(\omega x-\phi\right)+B
\implies T=\dfrac{2\pi}{\omega}
\implies PS=\dfrac{\phi}{\omega}$
ok I wanted to do...
I averaged the masses and times (which i took the time given and divided by 10 because in the problem it says you measure the time it takes to complete 10 oscillations) then plugged them directly into the T=(2(pi)((m/k)^1/2) and got the wrong answer. This is really confusing me because I don't...
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I have no idea what formula to use while given these values, basically, it fits no formula. Any thing could help?
Many thanks in advance
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Find (A)mplitude, (P)eriod, PS, VS. graph 2 periods
$y=3\cos(\pi x-2)+5$
by observation we have A=3 and VS=5
ok assume $\omega=\pi$
so if period is $T=\dfrac{2\pi}{\omega}$ then $T=\dfrac{2\pi}{\pi}=2$
The given lagrangian doesn't seem to correspond to any of the basic systems (like simple/ coupled harmonic oscillators, etc). So I calculated the momentum ##p## which is the partial derivative of ##L## with respect to generalized velocity ##\dot{q}##. Doing so I obtain
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In the following review paper on scattering amplitudes, by Elvang and Huang:
https://arxiv.org/abs/1308.1697
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My working
Let's assume I would like to calculate the second order scattering amplitude in ##...