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Show that no material body can ever have a velocity equal to that of light using the Minkowski Axiom.

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do comment for any difficulty.

Show that, using Lorentz transformation equations, velocity to
the velocity of light merely reproduces the velocity of light.
Hence, the velocity of light is the maximum attainable
velocity.

Why Electric current and the velocity of light is not a vector
even though they have speed and direction? Explain in by
mathmatically. (By using the vector operation is not operated.)

Can
the expectation value of the position x ever equal a finite value
for which the probability function P(x) is zero? Give a specific
example.

1_The speed of light in air is equal to speed of light glasss.
F or T
2_In the diffraction grating experiment ,The space Between
every tow adjacent lines(d) is directly proprtional to number of
lines per mm
F or T
3_ absorptance equals 1 minus transmittance.
F or T
4_ The speed of light is
1_ The distance light can travel in a unit of time through a
given substance
2_None
3_ The distance light can travel in a unit...

Can someone explain why can we use material with high indices of
refraction to focus light?

True or false for the following:
A) Light can be totally internally reflected when it
tries to go from a less dense material
(smaller n) into a more dense material (larger
n).
B) The frequency of the light also changes when
it travels between different mediums.
C) When a light wave travels from a more dense medium (like
water) into vacuum (complete lack of matter), the velocity of the
light decreases.

A block of material X and a block of Iron have equal volumes.
The block X submerges in water while the iron sinks in water. Which
has the greater buoyant force on it?
X
They have equal buoyant forces on them
Iron

using the beam theory.
1) draw a free body diagram and show the relation between
distributed load q and the shear force V(x).
2) draw a free body digram and show the relation between V(x)
and M(x).

Application of Newton second Law of Motion to vertical movement
of a body using differential equation: A ball that weights 8 pounds
is thrown vertically downward toward the earth form a great height
with an initial velocity of 3ft/sec. As the ball falls, it equal to
four times the velocity of the ball (in ft/sec).
(a) What is the velocity of the ball at the end of t
seconds?
(b) How far has the ball fallen at the end of...

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Nobody ever fails.
They have negative values.
A student can make a high A.
They are easily understood.

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