Physics 105B Problem Set 9 June 3, 2008 Jeff Schonert: schonert (at) physics.ucsb.edu
Taylor 15.80
Refer to the equation of motion listed in problem 15.79: F = ma + (F v)v/c2 Since the magnetic force is perpendicular to both v and B, this means tha
Physics 105B Problem Set 3 April 22, 2008 Jeff Schonert: schonert (at) physics.ucsb.edu
Taylor 10.2
First consider the kinetic energy that describes the linear motion of the center of mass as well as rotation about the center of mass. This quantity
Physics 105B Problem Set 4 April 29, 2008 Jeff Schonert: schonert (at) physics.ucsb.edu
Taylor 10.19
a) We will work out the x-component of the cross product; the other components follow identically. Given two vectors and r, their cross product in
Physics 105B Problem Set 5 May 6, 2008 Jeff Schonert: schonert (at) physics.ucsb.edu
Taylor 11.5
a) The easiest way to solve this problem is to see that it is equivalent to the example discussed in section 11.1 with k3 = 0. Plugging k3 = 0, k1 = k2
Physics 105B Problem Set 1 April 8, 2008 Jeff Schonert: schonert (at) physics.ucsb.edu
Taylor 8.7
a) Mass m1 is orbiting mass m2 , and the radially directed force between the two masses is given by Newton's law of gravitation. If the distance of sep
Physics 105B Problem Set 8 May 27, 2008 Jeff Schonert: schonert (at) physics.ucsb.edu
Taylor 15.17
a) Let t denote the time of event 2 minus the time of event 1 (and similarly for t ). The time interval in S is related to the time interval S by t =
Physics 131 UCSB Spring 2008 A. Zee Department of Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106 Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106 5/24/08
To Einstein's field equation, as quickly