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Newton's laws of motion

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... example 3.5: Flight Newton's laws of motion Subsections Introduction Newton's first law of motion Newton's second law of motion Hooke's law Newton's third law of motion Mass and weight Strings, pulleys, and inclines ...


Gauss' Law

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Gauss' Law Next: Electric Field-Lines Up: lectures Previous: Example 3.3: Electric field Gauss' Law Subsections Electric Field-Lines Gauss' Law Electric Field of a Spherical Conducting Shell Electric Field of a Uniformly Charged ...


Newton's Laws of Motion

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... Laws of Motion Subsections Introduction Newtonian Dynamics Newton's Laws of Motion Newton's First Law of Motion Newton's Second Law of Motion Newton's Third Law of Motion Non-Isolated Systems Exercises Richard Fitzpatrick ...


Coulomb's law

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Coulomb's law Next: The electric scalar potential Up: Time-independent Maxwell equations Previous: Introduction Coulomb's law Between 1785 and 1787, the French physicist Ch-arles Augustine de Coulomb performed a series of experiments ...


Conservation Laws

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Conservation Laws Next: Polar Coordinates Up: Planetary Motion Previous: Newtonian Gravity Conservation Laws Now gravity is a conservative force . Hence, the gravitational force ( 210 ) can be written (see Section  2.5 ) (213) where the ...


Kepler's Laws

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Kepler's Laws Next: Newtonian Gravity Up: Planetary Motion Previous: Introduction Kepl-er's Laws As is well-known, Johannes Kepler was the first astronomer to correctly describe planetary motion in the Solar System (in works published ...


Ohm's law

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Ohm's law Next: Conductors Up: Electrostatics Previous: Electrostatic energy Ohm's law We all know the simplest version of Ohm's law: (609) where is the voltage drop across a resistor of resistance when a current flows through ...


Gauss' Law

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Gauss' Law Next: Electric Field-Lines Up: lectures Previous: Example 3.3: Electric field Gauss' Law Subsections Electric Field-Lines Gauss' Law Electric Field of a Spherical Conducting Shell Electric Field of a Uniformly Charged ...


Gauss' law

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Gauss' law Next: Poisson's equation Up: Time-independent Maxwell equations Previous: The electric scalar potential Gauss' law Figure 26: Consider a single charge located at the origin. The electric field generated by such a ...


Conservation Laws

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... rate of the property inside , and the rate at which the property is convected out of by fluid flow. The above conservation law can also be written (31) Here, is termed the flux of the property out of , whereas is called the net generation ...


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