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By Ahmad A. Kamal

This publication primarily caters to the desires of undergraduates and graduates physics scholars within the sector of recent physics, particularly particle and nuclear physics. Lecturers/tutors might use it as a source publication. The contents of the publication are in keeping with the syllabi at present utilized in the undergraduate classes in united states, U.K., and different nations. The booklet is split into 10 chapters, each one bankruptcy starting with a short yet sufficient precis and worthy formulation, tables and line diagrams through a number of regular difficulties worthy for assignments and tests. distinct strategies are supplied on the finish of every chapter.

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Pn are constants. When X = 0, (I ) reduces to (A) Type I. (J ) dn y dn−1 y dn−2 y + P + P + · · · + Pn y = 0 1 2 dx n dx n−1 dx n−2 The complete solution of (J ) is called the complementary function of (I ). e. the complementary function of (I ), and v any particular solution of (I ). Then dn v dn−1 v dn−2 v + P + P + · · · + Pn v = X 1 2 dx n dx n−1 dx n−2 dn−1 u dn−2 u dn u and n + P1 n−1 + P2 n−2 + · · · + Pn u = 0 dx dx dx Adding we get dn−1 (u + v) dn−2 (u + v) dn (u + v) + P + P + · · · + Pn (u + v) = X 1 2 dx n dx n−1 dx n−2 showing that u + v is a solution of I .

4. Find the curve of quickest descent. This is known as the Brachistochrome, discovered by John Bernoulli (1696). Fig. 91 If a soap film is stretched between two circular wires, both having their planes perpendicular to the line joining their centers, it will form a figure of revolution about that line. At every point such as P (Fig. 5), the horizontal component of the surface of revolution acting around a vertical section of the film will be constant. Find the equation to the figure of revolution.

84 Evaluate 31 c 4z 2 −3z+1 (z−1)3 dz when C is any simple closed curve enclosing z = 1. 89 What is the curve which has shortest length between two points? 90 A bead slides down a frictionless wire connecting two points A and B as in the Fig. 4. Find the curve of quickest descent. This is known as the Brachistochrome, discovered by John Bernoulli (1696). Fig. 91 If a soap film is stretched between two circular wires, both having their planes perpendicular to the line joining their centers, it will form a figure of revolution about that line.

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