see this is what I am a bit worried about as I am a senior preparing to go to college.
My intention is to major in physics and (at least try to) go to grad school perhaps followed by research and a Ph.D (very very vague hopes)
I have had this persistent worry that I won't really be able to apply...
thats what i did
i have the equation for conservation of momentum in the y axis
and i have conservation of momentum in the x axis
and that is where i am stuck
thanks for the help
i could isolate the unknown i am trying to find but it would be defined in terms of other unknowns
guh...
[SOLVED] Completely Elastic Proton Collision
In my physics class we tried to solve this problem but nobody in the class could figure it out and the teacher was having difficulty with it. It is possible that the book put in a problem that isn't possible to solve...
i am not very good with...
ok...i am pretty sure i can help you witht his one :)
if you have been learning projectile motion in class then you should know:
\Delta Y = (V_{0}sin\varphi)(t)-.5gt^{2}
where \varphi = 45 degrees (the angle of "launch"
also you should know:
\Delta X = (V_{0}cos\varphi)(t)
NOW here is what you...