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Lectures on introductory physics

Mikhail Agrest

Lectures on introductory physics

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Published by Thomson Custom Publishing in Mason, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physics -- Textbooks.,
  • Physics -- Study and teaching (Higher)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMikhail Agrest.
    GenreTextbooks.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC21.2 .A374 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22729212M
    ISBN 100759345120, 075934583X, 0759393044

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Lectures on introductory physics book

These authors answer: "Yes, we can! I would say, okay, this guy wants me to find a function which reduces to the number a when I take two derivatives, and I know somewhere here, this result, which says that when I take a derivative, I lose a power of t.

Some of the problems are sophisticated and difficult enough to require an understanding of advanced topics, such as Kolmogorov's zero—one law. So as you go into your study of physics, and I'm kind of a physicist wannabe.

One can ask the following question. But I want to start in every example, in every situation that I explain to you, with the simplest example, and slowly add on things. I will ask you, and you do. And on to more complex topics as decoherence, quantum tunneling and entanglement.

There are other functions which have a name. Derive an expression for Internal Fields in Solids. There are coffee machines and there are lounge sofas and everything else. I would urge you to use that.

Especially when you start to study physics, you're starting to understand the world as Newton understood it. Explain the principle of Optical Fibre Communication and write a note on Attenuation.

So the object is a mathematical point. But we can always make predictions. Integration is not an algorithmic process like differentiation. I will use that to post information, maybe once in a while send e-mail to the whole class.

In the results, the top links may be ads, so just ignore them. Chapter 6. I think we got it somewhere else. Increase Planck's constant, and suddenly billiard balls in a pub dissolve into interpenetrating puffs of probability. I also want to get out like you guys, but let me finish something.

Schonhammer, V. We have 24 lectures for this class and the first 12 roughly will be part of the Midterm, but after the 12th lecture I may wait a week so that you have time to do the problems and get the solutions. But then having found one answer, you can add to it anything that gets killed by the act of taking derivatives.

And if when we start to think about these, you don't get a few chills on your skin, a few goosebumps, and feel that the universe is more mysterious than you thought, then we're not studying physics the say that we should be studying physics.

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