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Physics 113 Problem Set 12 Spring 2007 Due Tuesday March 27 in Discussion Section Reading for Tuesday March 13: Text Sections 8.1-8.5 Reading for Thursday March 15: Text Sections 9.1-9.6 (1) (2) Chapter 8, Page 129, Problems 16, 19 Chapter 8, Page 129, Problems 25, 32 Problem 32(b) is borderline bogus. Your answer should be a respectable fraction of the speed of light, which means that General Relativity would be...

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Physics 113 Problem Set 12 Spring 2007 Due Tuesday March 27 in Discussion Section Reading for Tuesday March 13: Text Sections 8.1-8.5 Reading for Thursday March 15: Text Sections 9.1-9.6 (1) (2) Chapter 8, Page 129, Problems 16, 19 Chapter 8, Page 129, Problems 25, 32 Problem 32(b) is borderline bogus. Your answer should be a respectable fraction of the speed of light, which means that General Relativity would be a factor. The point is that once you're on a neutron star, expect your remains to stay there. (3) Chapter 8, Page 129, Problem 37 We've used this result, but indirectly, in the Lecture Notes for February 22. (4) Chapter 8, Page 130, Problem 59 The hint is certainly valid, but the result is also obtained from simple algebra and a simple limiting process. You'll need to decide how to express g in terms of the parameters of the problem. (5) Chapter 8 Page 130, Problem 61 In a common variation (both in physics texts and for the realistic cases of binary stars), the masses are different. The solution of that problem is a bit more involved, but the result is quite similar. For now, treat this as an optional extra part (but still do the problem) and look for the variation in the solutions. (6) Chapter 8 Page 131, Problem 64 Don't be put off by the length of the problem statement. The gist of it is that the total mechanical energy of an object of mass m in an <a href="/keyword/elliptical-orbit/" >elliptical orbit</a> of mass M is GM m , E=- 2a where a is the semimajor axis of the ellipse. This result takes some effort to derive, and need...

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