SUMF=ma.
My sister's in algebra...she had to solve for acceleration in that formula AND COULDN'T DO IT.
She's 14...
SUMF=ma.
My sister's in algebra...she had to solve for acceleration in that formula AND COULDN'T DO IT.
She's 14...
or F = mv/t
that equation is actually very important when looking and understanding centrifugal forces
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Time to show off: More precisely, F=dp/dt. F=ma only works if the mass is constant.Originally Posted by crazyman2
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Originally Posted by AndThen?
Or F=mv^2/r, very important in understand centripital force
Whats the p? Derivative of what in relation to time?Originally Posted by Napalmbrain
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p is momentum (mass times velocity).Originally Posted by crazyman2
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Originally Posted by AndThen?
aww yes yes. or it could be hc/(no symbol for lambda on my keyboard lol)
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PUT PARENTHESES AROUND V/T!!!Originally Posted by Gaz
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Actually, it's not vital to do so since there's no way to confuse that particular equation.Originally Posted by Dorkfish
That's energy, and it's for quantum mechanics.Originally Posted by crazyman2
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I know I know, its just a habit of mine to do it when I have a calculator.Originally Posted by Napalmbrain
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Originally Posted by Napalmbrain
Aww crap, your right. sheesh you know your stuff. i meant h/(lambda). Derived from Einsteins e=mc^2 equation of course. haha.
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