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As I mentioned in the "relevant equations" section, my approach to solving this exercise involves calculating the difference between the centers of mass of the square and the triangle.
Starting with calculation of center of mass for the square.
Starting...
Initially, I was attempting to find the function which expresses the area under enclosed between the function ##\arcsin(\sin(x))## and the ##x##-axis (so technically I am looking for ##\int_{0}^{x} \arcsin(\sin(t)) dt## specifically, but got caught up on finding the general antiderivative)...
Suppose the following integration,
##\int_3^{-1} x^2 \, dx = \frac{1}{3}(-1)^3 - \frac{1}{3}(3)^3 = -\frac{28}{3}##
However, if we have a look at the graph,
The area between ##x = 3## and ##x = -1## is above the x-axis so should be positive. Dose anybody please know why the I am getting...
(This is from W. Greiner Quantum Mechanics, p. 293 from the topic of Ritz Variational Method)
1) Are ##\frac{\delta}{\delta \psi^{*}}## derivatives in equations 11.35a and 11.35b? If this is so, we can differentiate under the integral sign to get ##\int d^3x (\hat{H}\psi)## in equation 11.35a...
I chose to set the upwards direction to be positive and dM/dt = R = 190 kg/s, so I can solve the problem in variable form and plug in. With the only external force being gravity, this gives
M(t) * dv/dt = -M(t) * g + v_rel * R
where M(t) is the remaining mass of the rocket. Rearranging this...
Hi,
I am trying to find open-form solutions to the integrals attached below. Lambda and Eta are positive, known constants, smaller than 10 (if it helps). I would appreciate any help! Thank you!
The vector equation is ## v(x)=(e^x cos(2x), e^x sin(2x), e^x) ##
I know the arc-length formula is ## S=\int_a^b \|v(x)\| \,dx ##
I found the derivative from a previous question dealing with this same function, but the when I plug it into the arc-length function I get an integral that I've...
My attempt:
1) I am going to start this with a goal of setting up a reimann sum. First I divide the "arc"(?) of angle pi into n sub-arcs of equal angle Δθ
2) The total center of mass can be found if centers of mass of parts of the system are known. In each circular arc interval, I choose a...
Summary:: I want to iterate a mathematical model using a programming language. The equation of the mathematical model is simple. The following is a brief explanation.
I want to iterate a mathematical model using a programming language. The equation of the mathematical model is simple. The...
Converting to a polar integral : Integrate ##\(f(x, y)=\) \(\left[\ln \left(x^{2}+y^{2}\right)\right] / \sqrt{x^{2}+y^{2}}\)## over the region ##\(1 \leq x^{2}+y^{2} \leq e\)##
So,
\begin{array}{c}
1 \leq x^{2}+y^{2} \leq e \\
1 \leq x^{2} \leq e \quad 1 \leq y^{2} \leq e \\
1 \leq x \leq...
Hello, guys!
I would like to know your opinion and discuss this extension of real numbers:
https://mathoverflow.net/questions/115743/an-algebra-of-integrals/342651#342651
In essence, it extends real numbers with entities that correspond to divergent integrals and series.
By adding the rules...
Let's say you have a tensor u with the following components:
$$u_{ij}=\nabla_i\nabla_j\int_{r'}G(r,r')g(r')dr'$$
Where G is a Green function, and g is just a normal well behaved function. My question is what is the square of this component? is it...
After seeing a discussion about graphs of the relationship ##x^x + y^y = r^r##, it got me interested in attempting to see what the graphical appearance of ##{^{\infty}x}+{^{\infty}y}={^{\infty}r}## would look like. The first step I did was use the relationship of...
I was playing around with a graphing program and sketching polar graphs involving tall power towers, when I noticed that ##sin(\theta) \uparrow \uparrow a## has an alternating appearance depending on whether ##a## is odd or even. I also noticed that the area enclosed by these alternating graphs...
I have seen several functions be integrated by multiplying by a form of one or by adding a form of zero. When is it advantageous do do one of these things? Are there any example problems (Calc I or II) in which I can try these techniques?
So I found the linear velocity by using the circumference of the Earth which I found to be 2pi(637800= 40014155.89meters. Then the time of one full rotation was 1436.97 minutes, which I then converted to 86164.2 seconds. giving me the linear velocity to be 465.0905584 meters/second. I know that...
I tried learning calculus using the book by Spivak.In this text, while introducing integrals the author explained a lot about partitioning the area under the curve and defined the integral.The way I understood this is, as we increase the number of divisions in the partition the lower sum and the...
I am having trouble following a step in a book. So we are given that $$\varphi (x) = \int \frac {d^3k}{(2\pi)^3 2\omega} [a(\textbf{k})e^{ikx} + a^*(\textbf{k})e^{-ikx}] $$
where the k in the measure is the spatial (vector) part of the four-momentum k=(##\omega##,##\textbf{k}##) and the k in the...
Homework Statement
I am studying Gerry's <Introductory Quantum Optics>, in which there is an integral (Eq. 4.37)
$$\intop_{-infinity}^{+infinity}\frac{[sin(\triangle t/2)]^{2}}{\triangle^{2}}d\triangle=\frac{\pi}{2}t.$$
I don't know how to get the result of the right side.
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I...
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Write code for solving the integral ##\int_{0}^{x}e^{-t^2}dx## using simpsons method and then plot the function from ##x = 0## to ##x = 5## with ##0.1## increment.
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3. The Attempt at a Solution [/B]
I was told that the best way to plot the function is to...
Dear friends:
It's strange that Mathematica can do the integral of ##\int_0^\infty dx~x~_2F_1(a,b,c,1-x^2)##, however, fails when it's changed to ##\int_0^\infty dx~x~_2F_1(a,b,c,1-x-x^2)##.
Are there any major differences between this two types? Is it possible to do the second kind of integral...
Hello. I have problem with this integral :
\lim_{n \to \infty } \int_{\mathbb{R}^+} \left( 1+ \frac{x}{n} \right) \sin ^n \left( x \right) d\mu_1 where ## \mu_1## is Lebesgue measure.
Homework Statement
Show, by completing the square in the exponent, that the Fourier transform of a Gaussian wavepacket ##a(t)## of width ##\tau## and centre (angular) frequency ##\omega_0##:
##a(t)=a_0e^{-i\omega_0t}e^{-(t/\tau)^2}##
is a Gaussian of width ##2/\tau##, centred on ##\omega_0##...
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Trying to help a friend with a problem. We are supposed to solve the below using polar coordinates. The actual answer is supposed to be π/16. Solving the integral is not the issue, just converting it.
2. The attempt at a solution
What I got sort of worked, but it is only...
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i want to find limit value using riemann sum
\lim_{n\to\infty}\sum_{i = 1}^{2n} f(a+\frac{(b-a)k}{n})\cdot\frac{(b-a)}{n}= \int_a^b f(x)dx<br>
question : <br>
\lim_{h \to \infty} =\frac{1}{2n+1}+\frac{1}{2n+3}+...+\frac{1}{2n+(2n-1)}<br>
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I need to simplify the following integral
$$f(r, \theta, z) =\frac{1}{j\lambda z} e^{jkr^2/2z} \int^{d/2}_0 \int^{2\pi}_0 \exp \left( -\frac{j2\pi r_0 r}{z\lambda} \cos \theta_0 \right) r_0 \ d\theta_0 dr_0 \tag{1}$$
Using the following integrals:
$$\int^{2\pi}_0 \cos (z...
I am looking at a proof from a book in fluid dynamics on time differentiation of fluid line integrals -
Basically I am looking at the second term on the RHS in this equation
$$ d/dt \int_L dr.A = \int_L dr. \partial A / \partial t + d/dt \int_L dr.A$$
The author has a field vector A for a...
Are there books that are solely devoted to solving integrals and different methods in solving them ? I like solving integrals and I want to learn different techniques to solve integrals.
Hi, I'm no expert in math so I'm struggling with solving these integrals, I believe there's an analytical solution (maybe in http://www.hfa1.physics.msstate.edu/046.pdf).
$$V_{1234}=\int_{x=0}^{\infty}\int_{y=0}^{\infty}d^3\pmb{x}d^3\pmb{y}\...
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I've encountered 2 problems in a row that involve lifting water out of tanks and finding the work needed. I am getting the incorrect answer.
w = ⌠ab pgA(y)D(y)dy
here is one of the problems:
A...
"It takes 100J of work to stretch a spring 0.5m from its equilibrium position. How much work is needed to stretch it an additional 0.75m."
Attempt: w = ⌠abF(x)dx
work = F x D
100J = F x 0.5m
F = 200J
0.75 + 0.5 = 1.25
w = ⌠0.51.25 200dx
w = 150 J
The correct answer: w = 525 J
what did I do...
Homework Statement
\frac{dy}{dx}\:+\:ycosx\:=\:5cosx
I get two solutions for y however only one of them is correct according to my online homework
(see attempt at solution)
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y(0) = 7 is initial condition
The Attempt at a Solution
\int \:\frac{1}{5-y}dy\:=\:\int...
The problem
I want to find ##x## which solves ## 1-x+ \int^x_1 \frac{\sin t}{t} \ dt = 0 ##
The attempt
##\int^x_1 \frac{\sin t}{t} \ dt = x -1 ## I see that the answer is ##x=1## but I want to be able to calculate it mechanically in case if I get similar problem with other elements. Any...
The problem
I want to calculate ## \int^6_{-6} \frac{g(x)}{2+g(x)} \ dx ## for the step function below.The attempt
I started with rewriting the function as with the help of long-division
## \int^6_{-6} \frac{g(x)}{2+g(x)} \ dx = \int^6_{-6} 1 \ dx - 2\int^6_{-6} \frac{1}{g(x)+2} \ dx##
I know...
Homework Statement
Find the green's function for y'' +2y' +2y = 0 with boundary conditions y(0)=y'(0)=0
and use it to solve y'' + 2y' +2y = e^(-2x)
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##y = \int_a^b G(x,z)f(z)dz##
The Attempt at a Solution
I'm going to rush through the first bit. If you need a specific step...
I need to solve Cn for a wave function, and have reached the following integral:
Cn = -[√(1/a)](a/nπ)[cos(nπx/a)(ψ1(x)+ψ2(x))+∫cos(u)(dψ1(x)/dx)dx+∫cos(u)(dψ2(x)/dx)dx]This is a simplified version of the original equation, for
elaboration Cn is the constant for linear combinations of a wave...
I have this problem with a complex integral and I'm having a lot of difficulty solving it:
Show that for R and U both greater than 2a, \exists C > 0, independent of R,U,k and a, such that $$\int_{L_{-R,U}\cup L_{R,U}} \lvert f(z)\rvert\,\lvert dz\rvert \leqslant \frac{C}{kR}.$$
Where a > 0, k...
Homework Statement
Find the solution of the following integral
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The Attempt at a Solution
I applied the above relations getting that
Then I was able to factor the function inside the integral getting that
From here I should be able to get a solution by simply finding the...
Hello All! I am trying to solve the simple pendulum without using a small angle approximation. But I end up with this integral:
$$\int_{\frac{\pi}{4}}^{\theta}\frac{d\theta}{\sqrt{cos(\theta)-\frac{\sqrt{2}}{2}}}$$
Is this possible to evaluate? If so, could I get a hint about what methods to...
Homework Statement
The total area between a straight line and the parabola is revolved around the y-axis. What is the volume of revolution?
According to the book, the answer is ; My answer comes out to be
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The Attempt at a Solution
1. Rewrite the second equation in...
I've always thought of dxat the end of an integral as a "full stop" or something to tell me what variable I'm integrating with respect to.
I looked up the derivation of the formula for volume of a sphere, and here, dx is taken as an infinitesimally small change which is multiplied by the area of...
v(x(t)), where v represents velocity and is a function of position which is a function of time.
I have the equation: v dv/dx = 20x + 5 and want to solve for velocity. The way our professor solved it was by multiplying both sides by dx and integrating => ∫v dv = ∫20x+5 dx. I know doing this is...
Homework Statement
Prove $$T\int_c^d f(x,y)dy = \int_{c}^dTf(x,y)dy$$ where $$T:\mathcal{C}[a,b] \to \mathcal{C}[a,b]$$ is linear and continuous in L^1 norm on the set of continuous functions on [a,b] and
$$f:[a,b]\times [c,d]$$ is continuous.
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
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Homework Statement
Determine the moment of inertia of the shaded area about the x-axis.
Homework Equations
I(x)= y^2dA
The Attempt at a Solution
In order to determine the moment of inertia of the shaded area about the x-axis I first looked at the portion above the x-axis, integrate it with...
I have to do a integration which goes like this:
(V-M)(dP/dx)+3P(dV/dx)=0, (where M,P and V are constants).
If you integrate with dx, you will get:
∫[(V-M)dP]+∫[3PdV]=0.
which ultimately results in the answer M=4V.
Now, i can put the first equation in this form also...
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Sorry- I've figured it out, but I am afraid I don't know how to delete the thread.
Thank you though :)
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The Attempt at a Solution
Photo below- I promise its coming! I've started by using cylindrical coordinates, but I wasn't sure if spherical...
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Show the steps needed to obtain the equation for average molecular speed, cavg=√8RT/πM from the integral (from negative infinity to infinity) ∫v*f(v)dv where f(v) is the Maxwell distribution of speeds function f(v)=4π*(M/2πRT)1.5v2e-Mv2/2RT
M is the molar mass of the...