Given the total angles in the x direction, I set up this:
(mg/cos(x))*sin(x)-Fe=0
then isolated for x:
mgtan(x)=(kq^2)/(2*sin^2x)
sin^2(x)*tan(x)=(kq^2)/(2mg)
From here I am stuck. How do I go forward when x is contained in two different trig functions on the left?
Lets say that a man with a standing height of 185cm bent his knee 30 degrees, how many centimeters will be reduced from his standing height? Assume his femur length is 60cm and his tibia (shin) length is 50cm.
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I've tried to use trigonometry but i dont think i fully...
Summary: Finding angle between vectors a and m, knowing magnitude of m and n, also the angle between m and n with 60 degrees.
Using geometry, it looks like the angle is 30 degrees but the answer is suppose to be 54.7 degrees. I'm not sure how to solve this.
On pages 42-43 of the book "Tensors: Mathematics of Differential Geometry and Relativity" by Zafar Ahsan (Delhi, 2018), the calculation for the angle between Ai=(1,0,0,0) (the superscript being tensor, not exponent, notation) and Bi=(√2,0,0,(√3)/c), where c is the speed of light, in the...
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Homework Equations
(1) Φ = 2π*(dsinθ/λ)
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The average angle made by a curve ##f(x)## between ##x=a## and ##x=b## is:
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