A rookie is a person in the first year of activity in a sport, or someone new to a profession, training, or activity such as a rookie police officer, rookie pilot, or a recruit.
I thought I had a decent basic understanding of this stuff, but it turns out I've got quite a lot of gaps. I drew 3 frames, S, S' and S", where S' and S" move at ##v_1## and ##v_2## w.r.t. S in the ##x## direction, and two different paths to a particular event P:
Now the proper time between...
Homework Statement
##f(x) = (5x+6)^{10} , f'(x)=?##
Homework Equations
##\frac{d}{dx}x^n = nx^{n-1}##?
3. The Attempt at a Solution [/B]
I do know the solution ##f'(x) = 50(5x+6)^9##,but I don't know how this solution came to be.I downloaded this problem from the web and it only comes with...
$$\int x^2+3 = \frac{x^3}{3}+3x+C$$
I can get the front two part by power rule, but what is the C doing there? Wolframalpha suggested it should be a constant, but what value should it be? Sorry for asking rookie questions:-p
I'm very new to this site and most assuredly and not a physicist (or a scientist) , but I have a question I'm hoping y'all can help me with.
If I were traveling at or near the speed of light for a set distance- say Andromeda and back, time will slow down for me relative to the static observer...
Hey guys,
I'm just writing this post to sey hey guys, literally. I love science in general and I hope to be a neurologist some day, but I'm just here to clear out some doubts about personal concerns and projects for school and that I want to work on my own.
Today I decided to enter this forums...
Im a student on my way towards learning the fascinating components of what makes everything work. I want to apply physics into the realms of neuroscience and this is why I've chosen Biophysics. I wish I could say more but I am barely learning but truly excited to see what I can add to this field...
Ahoy.
Two things ought to be known prior to your reading my terrible post:
1. This is my first post.
2. I don't know very much about this whole business (though time and passion suggests I should)
Considering its my first post, let's start at the beginning:
Now, I've been reading a whole...
Although I do have a degree in chemical engineering, I am studying relativity/cosmology on a beginning level just as a hobby. I'm currently attempting to wade through Einstein's relativity equations. However I remain troubled by the underpinning of the whole thing - the constancy of the speed of...
Total rookie here. Prob an easy question for you guys/gals :)
Hello,
I just found this forum through google. I have a question about a diy bike pedal powerered electrical project. I need to ensure that the equipment I plan to generate power for will be supplied with enough amps/volts ect...
I am a little unsure about something, take this example for instance:
In a supernova event, a star ejects X amount of mass at a relativistic speed, say 0.5c. What's the total energy of this outflow in the reference frame in which the star's at rest.
Now would I be correct to assume that...
Ok I think i am getting the hang of this stuff. But,
A rookie quaterback throws a football with an initial upward velocity component of 16.0 m/s and a horizontal velocity component of 19.0 m/s. Ignore air resistance.
a. how much time is required for the ball to reach the highes point of...