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Can anyone tell me the most BASIC, and watered down rundown of string theory? Pretend you’re telling a random off the street that doesn’t know anything past 11th grade physics.
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Was wondering if anyone could me or give me some pointers/help So I am about to carry out the pendulum experiment, changing the length of the string. So I need to plot the graph of T^2 against L including ...
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When physicists say there is a so-and-so chance that a particle is in a particular place, do they mean… 1) that the particle has an exact location, but the best they can do with their crude measurements is ...
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Scientists in Asia and the Middle East seem to be more interested in experimental and quantum physics. Things that have current commercial application. Whites seem obsessed with the stream of physics that involve spacetime. Even at an undergraduate level, ...
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Learning Goal: To make the connection between intuitive understanding of a seesaw and the standard formalism for torque. This problem deals with the concept of torque, the “twist” that an off-center force applies to a body that tends to make it rotate.
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A rocket generates a net force (F) of 2,050,000 newtons, and the rocket’s mass (m) is 40,000 kilograms. Use the formula F = ma to find the acceleration (a) achieved. A. 51.25 meters/second^2 B. 51.125 meters/second^2 C. 42.25 meters/second^2
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