Lectures_03 - 9/18/2008 LL 21,22 HW2 #5 Weihao Ge Irakli YK...

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9/18/2008 1 ± LL§§ 21,22 Weihao Ge Irakli YK u u HW2 #5 u (,, ) LTy ϕϕ = ± ± ** LT y = ± ± y = ± ± 6 ( C M ) Ft m y ut FsF T ⋅Δ = ⋅Δ = ± * (,) 0 ? L p py ϕ = = ± ± ± * 2 2 = ? y L p y mu T = ± ϕ 2 cos 1 10 uya vu =− = ± ± 9 10 1 10 y l = ± ± 9 10 1 10 y p y l ′′ = ± ±
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9/18/2008 2 HW2 #7 Is it possible to express and in terms of and only ? uw r QQ F F θ , i ii i j j j j j j r F rF q Q q q δ δδ == ∑∑ G GG G i ji i j r QF q =⋅ G G HW2 #7 ur r r F uu =+ d M d 2 2( ) eff t EU m l = ⎡⎤ ⎣⎦ 2 2s i n ( ) z eff lm E U ϕ = 2 22 cos 1 c o s ) z eff M Um g l E ml =− = Motion of planets: 2 2 1c o s latus rectum (not momentum) 2 p e r M p m EM β −= 2 eccentricity 1 where and 0; 0 e m U rr αβ + = < > • How the equation of orbit will change if we change sign of β (or α )? • If α > 0 (repulsive force) how we can find the region of the finite motion? • When the trajectory of motion in attractive Coulomb field is a hyperbola and when a parabola?
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2009 for the course PHYSICS P531 taught by Professor Yurikamyshkov during the Spring '09 term at University of Tennessee.

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