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Apparently the answer is not 2.9 cm or 7.4mm. I've looked at similar questions in this thread and solving the exact same way gives me the same answers. I set it up as (3.5/x^2)=(10/(.02+x)^2).
What am I doing wrong?
I can see how slight unevenness in density of the early universe could result in matter grouping due to gravity however I would think that this would lead to more focal regions of higher density and more disperse regions of lower density. I can't visualise a mechanism that would support...
(pop science) It seems like the mass in the universe at the point of origin was way higher and the size way smaller than required to form a black hole, so why didn't our universe just sit forever as a single black hole? From a figure for the mass of the universe you could calculate the event...
Hi
I am trying to reconcile the concept of the Big Bang of occurring "everywhere" (an infinite Universe) - v - the concept of the origin of the Big Bang occurring in a particular compressed state and then expanding?
Thanks
Martyn Arthur
My wife learned this adage from her mother many, many moons go."We shall see what we shall see when we shall see what we shall see."
It bugs me because it is a truism and my gut tells me it's been corrupted from something more pithy.
The only reference I've been able to find is from the Bible...
What is the "official" thinking today about the origin of Korotkoff sounds?
Has this 2015 paper found general acceptance?
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1933171115007068
The idea IIUC is that the stretched arterial wall acts as a resonant system, and what we hear are...
Hi all, I am a beginner in Linear Algebra. I am solving problems on vector spaces and subspaces from the book Introduction to Linear Algebra by Gilbert Strang. I have come across the following question:
Suppose P is a plane through (0,0,0) and L is a line through (0,0,0). The smallest vector...
Dear everyone, I wish to discuss in this thread a classic/semi-classic interpretation on the origin of Bekenstein-Hawking entropy and the related resolution to Hawking's information missing puzzle, which were published in Nucl.Phys.B977 (2022) 115722 and Nucl.Phys.B990 (2023) 116171 after...
1,000-year-old Viking coins unearthed by young girl with metal detector
https://www.yahoo.com/news/1-000-old-viking-coins-104000120.html
https://nordjyskemuseer.dk/hele-to-vikingeskatte-fundet-naer-fyrkat/?fbclid=IwAR1_EIaf7CmKeero2yeIq-q0jRdx54E_QPfcc0zjI9lsNayBp1tRwtGYA6o?ftag=YHF4eb9d17
This video is an interview of Bill Martin (Martin wikipedia link) (one of the godfathers of modern origin of life chemistry) by Jitender Kumar about several origin of life issues. He has a lot chemical knowledge and expresses it clearly.
Interesting to me, he places the formation of membranes...
Hi,
So I know I am to use Biot Savarts law dB= (my_0/4pi)* (I dl x (r-r')/|r-r'|^3 where r=0 because its in origo and r'=r'_c(r'_hat).
This makes (r-r')= -r'_c(r'_hat) and |r-r'|^3= r_c^3.
From previous questions, I have defined dl' as the infinitesimal displacement of r'(phi) when phi' is...
For this problem,
The solution is
However could the bracket circled in red also be ## (x - \frac {L} {2})^{2} ## since the terms are squared? Also if anyone else knows a simpler way to solve this problem please let me know.
I though an easier way to solve this problem would be moving the...
It says here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annona_(mythology) that "annona" comes from the word "annus", i.e. Latin for "year".
OTOH, https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/annona says it's from a PIE word that means harvest or crop.
Which etymology is true?
Also, "anna" in Sanskrit means grain -- so...
[Mentor Note -- thread moved from the schoolwork forums to the technical forums]
Homework Statement:: Tentative Note and summary on the origin and the evolution of information in the universe.
Relevant Equations:: none
As a teacher of physics I got many questions asked by my students when...
Here is a link to a recent (and good) Sean Carroll podcast with Nick Lane.
I consider Nick Lane to have one of the most interesting views of Origin of Life issues.
I consider his perspective to be biochemical and biochemical pathway heavy, which is very useful for these issues of...
I tried setting the Universal time T = Tp as when T = 0 there was no universe and thought Tp would be the first instance of the universe, but I still can't figure out how equation (3.1.3) implies that M0 = Mp/2
(edit.. not the red light, that's my emergency power outage light in every frame, I'm referring to 3:57am and exactly 15 seconds, blink and you will miss it) turn up the volume
Strange white/yellow flash appeared in my room and the sound it made when the light hit my security camera sounded...
Striking new evidence points to seafood market in Wuhan as pandemic origin point
Two claims in the article:
Live animals that are susceptible to COVID-19 were in the market in December 2019
Live susceptible animals were held in a stall where SARS-CoV-2 was later detected on a machine that...
hi guys
one of my friends asked me about the origin of the electromagnetic induction, I know somehow that its related to the Lorenz force as the electrons in the conduction band of say the coil interact with the magnetic field ,which results in separation of electrons and positive ions which...
We get the following picture of the formation of inhomogeneities:
Initially, all eternally existing fields (possibly fermionic-lepton-quark-DM-field and GUT-field) lived in a vacuum state --- no real particles (only virtual ones), just fluctuated (##\left\langle\Delta E\right\rangle = 0##...
I will begin with the concept that the Moon was originally a rocky terrestrial planet that orbited at roughly one AU from the Sun and lost the majority of its lighter volatiles including water during the T-Tauri phase of the Sun's transition into a Main-Sequence yellow dwarf star. A similar...
Problem statement : As a part of the problem, the diagram shows the contour ##C##above on the left. The contour ##C## is divided into three parts, ##C_1, C_2, C_3## which make up the sides of the right triangle.
Required to prove : ##\boxed{\oint_C x^2 y \mathrm{d} s = -\frac{\sqrt{2}}{12}}##...
Using genomics on DNA collected from ancient horses that lived between 2,000 and 10,000 years ago, scientists have identified an area in western Eurasian steppe where the predecessors of modern horses came from.
Science mag News article here.
This is the second domestication of horses (DOM2)...
I am currently reading David Morin book and found this statement :
##\,\,\,\,\,\,\,\,## "It is important to remember that you are free to choose your origin from the legal possibilities of fixed points or the CM"
Is it really alright to choose the center of a...
Take a single atom in a vacuum chamber at T=0 K. The atom is motionless. Add thermal energy to the vacuum chamber. Does this cause the atom to move? If so, by what mechanism?
Interesting thing, the undergraduate courses of electromagnetism states the electromagnetic field caused by electric charge:
d∗F=4π/c∗J,
and students, in my opinion, mistakenly imagine the electromagnetic field as a product of charged particle.
In my opinion, it is more correct to say that...
The Hubble space telescope has tracked down a few FRBs that originate in the spiral arms of galaxies.
The NASA video on YouTube:
Text version if you prefer:
https://scitechdaily.com/magnetic-monsters-hubble-tracks-down-location-of-mysterious-radio-signals-from-intergalactic-space/
Cheers,
Tom
The non-normalized wavefunction of a general qubit is given by:
$$|\psi\rangle=A|0\rangle+B|1\rangle.$$
The complex amplitudes ##A## and ##B## can be represented by two arrows in the complex plane:
Now the wavefunction can be multiplied by any complex number ##R## without changing the...
Hello! This is probably something simple but I am getting confused about it. Assume we have an electric field along the z axis given by ##E = -kz##, with ##k>0##, so the field on both sides of the xy-plane points towards the origin. Let's say that we have a positively charged ion at the origin...
Say I have phi starting at 0 and ending at 360 degrees. Theta starts at 0 and ends at 360, and I input 10 points for phi and theta. I am trying to 3d plot phi * theta number of points around a center point.
I can plot a coordinate around a sphere using the following, which I think is correct...
At [01:02], this video youtu.be/qwbIu2PzCRs?t=62 shows the following picture. I'm guessing it's either Arabic or Persian. Can someone read the text and say if it gives any clues to its age and origin?
If it's even of medieval vintage, it would be pretty remarkable, implying that they may have...
The Attempt at a Solution
I know the answer is supposed to be ##(-1,0)##.
However when I differentiate the above expression I get.
$$
2x+{\frac 5 2}
$$
Then the shortest distance would be when the expression equates to 0.
$$
2x+{\frac 5 2}=0
$$
I should be getting ##x=-1## but solving for ##x##...
In the blast wave generated by an explosion, after a first violent increase in the air pressure, there is a "negative phase" in which the pressure drops below the initial atmospheric pressure (see e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blast_wave ). According to wikipedia, this underpressure is the...
Find the x-coordinate of the point on $f(x)=\dfrac{4}{\sqrt{x}}$
that is closest to the origin.
a. $1$
b. $2$
c $\sqrt{2}$
d $2\sqrt{2}$
e $\sqrt[3]{2}$
not real sure but, this appears to be dx and slope problem
I thot there was an equation for shortest distance
between a point...
I think the right choice is c. I'll pass on my reasoning to you:
We can think that if the formula of the potential is
V(r)=\dfrac{kq}{r}
If r tends to infinity, then V(r)=0.
But the correct answer is d).
I was watching this terrific lecture by David Tong and there was a section at the end from around 50:12 - 54:00 that I found particularly fascinating. I am very much a layman when it comes to these topics and my question may be silly, but what sort of ideas are there that state that all the...
Using superposition and "breaking up" the vectors into three components ax, ay, az on points should solve the task.
For Q1 there is no effect on x-axis.
On the y-axis the distance from Q1 to origin is 2. Using coulombs law will give us -> (-Q/4) * k , where k is the constant 1/(4*pi*e0).
On...
A relativistic origin of QM is proposed in
https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1367-2630/ab76f7
It is proposed that lorentz transformation that include superluminal observers (whether those observers exist or not) explain the indeterministic behavior of QM. Not only that, it also would...
If a substance gains energy, it's molecules vibrate faster and thus the material increases temperature. My question is if heat lost through any other means but radiation is zero, how exactly does these molecules radiate photons?
In a previous thread it was concluded that both torque and angular momentum are taken about a chosen origin, and these quantities are generally not invariant under translations of the origin (since ##\vec{r}## changes but ##\vec{v}## does not, etc.). The moment of inertia tensor doesn't...
I often read that whenever a new fossil is found (like a bone fragment or skull fragment etc) they trace it back to either some animal or human , now mostly (and before DNA testing was possible) this was done I suppose by visual inspection and "radiocarbon" dating to put the fossil in a...
Hi everyone, I am confused in this question. First I solved it by noticing that the gradient of the function will be zero (without substitution the hit) I got that it's a conservative field so the integral should be zero since it's closed path. Then I solved it by the hit and convert it as any...
Can email spammers alter email headers so that we can't find out which internet service provider and mail server originates their messages?
Sometimes emails sent from a reputable ISP get temporarily blocked by some servers due to complaints about spam originating from the ISP. The sender is...
Summary: So we are just going to ignore the distance between C and the left support point (-D/2)? If the origin is at C, doesn't this mean M is -D/2 from the origin? In the evaluation, they clearly acknowledged that there is a distance between C and xp which is (-D/2)...
Hi,
This question just came to my mind and I thought I should confirm it. Are the cosine functions with the same amplitude but different frequencies are totally in phase at any other point other than the origin? The frequency, f, could be anywhere between 0 < f < ∞. I'm sorry if the answer is...