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Equation $H(q,p)=E$ is the equation of motion or energy-conservation law?
I do not completely understand, why do we consider Hamilton–Jacobi equation $H(q,p)=E$ as equation of motion, whereas it is looks like energy-conservation law?
Jan 31 '12 at 7:39
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