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And that’s the speed of light for you!
I can appreciate a blog like this. I remember going through this proof in Electricity and Magnetism.
Have a projectile motion problem but need to find the radius of curvature for some value of t?
DONT WORRY, I GOT YA SON
First, ask your professor WTF?, and then remember:
Parametrize them x and y coordinates and use
That was a real life Dynamics final exam problem-simulation.
I’m pretty happy Dynamics is done, but I’m one of those people who REALLY doesn’t know what to do with himself when they’re out of class. I’ll likely end up doing a bunch of review - Mechanics of Materials, Series and Sequences, and Electricity and Magnetism.
I’m lame as hell, but I don’t even care.