Theta (UK: , US: ; uppercase Θ or ϴ, lowercase θ or ϑ; Ancient Greek: θῆτα thē̂ta [tʰɛ̂ːta]; Modern: θήτα thī́ta [ˈθita]) is the eighth letter of the Greek alphabet, derived from the Phoenician letter Teth . In the system of Greek numerals it has the value 9.
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My goal is to rotate several points on a sphere by a theta and phi. For example, I have a sphere where the elevation is theta (90 to -90) and the azimuthal is phi (-180 to 180). I have the following points on the sphere:
theta = [45 45 45 45]
phi = [-180 90 90 180]
This generate...
I am not sure what I am doing wrong but dot product of a and b =/= |a||b| when I am trying to calculate it. Theta = 0:
dot product(a and b) = ax*bx + ay*by
|a||b|= sqrt((ax^2+ay^2)*(ax^2 + by^2)) = sqrt((ax*bx)^2 + (ax*by)^2 + (ay*bx)^2 + (ay*by)^2) =/= ax*bx + ay*by
What am I doing wrong?
This is a past paper question...
find the solution here from ms
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$$ \sigma^j = \tau^p = 1...
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For $-\dfrac{\pi}{2}\le \theta \le \dfrac{\pi}{2}
\quad |\sin{\theta}\ge 1|$ is true for all and only the values of $\theta$ in which of the following sets
$a.\ \left\{-\dfrac{\pi}{2},\dfrac{\pi}{2}\right\}
\quad b.\ \left\{\dfrac{\pi}{2}\right\}
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Here is my set up.
Let t = theta for short
tan(t) = 324/550
arctan(tan t) = arctan(324/550)
t = arctan(324/550)
Correct thus far?
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Perhaps I should ask this question in the math section of these forums.
But, I'm stumped and I don't think this equation is solvable?
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I have a very simple question. Let's consider the theta term of Lagrangian:
$$L = \theta \frac{g^2}{32 \pi^2} G_{\mu \nu}^a \tilde{G}^{a, \mu \nu}$$
Investigate parity of this term:
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It is obvious. But what about...
What I've attempted to do is resolve vertically and horizontally:
T1sin(30)+T2sinΘ+T2=9g
T2cosΘ=T1cos30
After that... I'm completely stuck. Any help would be appreciated, I've spent so long on this I bet I'm just missing one simple thing.
Thanks in advance
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##\theta(\tau, A) = \sum\limits_{\vec{x}\in Z^{m}} e^{\pi i A[x] \tau } ##
##=\sum\limits^{\infty}_{n=0} r_{A}(n)q^{n} ##,
where ## r_{A} = No. [ \vec{x} \in Z^{m} ; A[\vec{x}] =n]##
where ##A[x]= x^t A x ##, is the associated quadratic from to the matrix ##A##, where here ##A## is positive...
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Mod note: Based on an attachment in a later post in this thread, the actual expression is
##(9 - 16\cos^2(\theta))^{3/2}##
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: https://www.physicsforums.com/posts/5610105/
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Say I have the integral of [ 1 / ( sqrt( 1 - x^2) ] * dx . Now I was told by many people in videos that I substitute x = sin theta, and this has me confused.
Wouldn't I need to substitute x = cos theta instead? as x = cos theta on the unit circle instead of sin theta?
Thanks in advance for...