Can you give me more detail on how this parabolic path can be done? I have worked out the conservation of momentum but couldn't find a way to get the direction of m2.
Before the explode:
Eo = 1/2 (m1 + m2) (vo)^2
=> (vo)^2 = 2 Eo / (m1 + m2)
vy = 0
vx = vo * cos(45) = \sqrt{}Eo / (m1...
Exactly. because it's moving. That's why the formula is NOT a static problem. Setting it up is HARD because of that! You have to set it up as a derivative formula so it can change at different time. For all my classes at this level, there is no such thing as horizontal or vertical anymore. It's...
Fire at angle 45 degree.
Initial kinetic energy = Eo
At top of projectile explode with addtional energy Eo into 2 fragment.
1. Mass = m1, go straight down.
2. Mass = m2, direction: unknown.
Question:
1. Velocity (mag and dir) of m2
2. Velocity of m1
3. What's ratio m1/m2 when m1 is...
Problem is ez.
You have found the R. That's good!
Look at this website to know more about the coefficent. You will figure out.
http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/electric/restmp.html
Sorry but I don't see how can you start the problem with that! It's not like the right hand side of conservation of momentum have the variable vo. Beside I know exactly that this problem does not start from conservation of momentum formula. It got to start from conservation of center of mass...
huh? And why would I want to find that? Cos(45) x vo??? For what?
Note that this problem is not a simple x and y direction! It's the conservation of center of mass, conservation of momentum and conservation of energy! I just don't know how to use it correctly!
Homework Statement
Fire at angle 45 degree.
Initial kinetic energy = Eo
At top of projectile explode with addtional energy Eo into 2 fragment.
1. Mass = m1, go straight down.
2. Mass = m2, direction: unknown.
Question:
1. Velocity (mag and dir) of m2
2. Velocity of m1
3. What's...
So basically it will be the same as point charge above the disk?
E = k * P * 20 * pi * h2 * z / (100h2+z2)3/2)
It's on the z direction and k = 1/(4*pi*ep0)
Since P = dipole moment / Volume
So...
a. Electric field will be loop from top to bottom of the cyclinder. Inside will be arrow from bot to top. Correct? Since they both have the same direction.
b. How do you find the electric field inside the cylindrical? I know p = alpha * E
-- Gauss law, E * A = Charge density * Volume...
Gradient of z = (2y - 6x -18 , 2x - 8y +28, 0)
If I put x = y = 1 there, the answer would be (a,b,0) which is a straight line parrallel to z-axis. That doesn't make sense at all!
Ok this book is very common. It's the question number 6.5
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