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comment Woman arrives 6s late for the train. Find her velocity to reach it
The relavant quadratic equation is $d_t-d_w = at^2/2-v_m(t-6) = 0$ This quadratic has one solution when $v_m^2 = 4*a*6*v_m/2$ giving $v_m = 4.8m/s$
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comment Woman arrives 6s late for the train. Find her velocity to reach it
equation 1 is wrong $d = \int at dt = at^2/2$ that is all. No extra terms That is ofcourse assuming train starts are zero velocity. Who is teaching you this subject. You seem to be making elementary mistakes.
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comment Woman arrives 6s late for the train. Find her velocity to reach it
Sketch it on a (x,t) PLOT, try using different velocities v. Notice that drawing a tangent will be the best possible solution, Once you understand how to do that. you can convert it into an algebraic problem.
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revised Generalization of De Rham cohomology for spinor fields
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comment Generalization of De Rham cohomology for spinor fields
@Qmechanic Why not? I don't see what the problem is? There are different people on each site, I suspect they will have a different point of view. In any case David barmoshe wanted to answer on PSE because he wanted to give a answer rooted in physics. Which is why I posted it here. I guess I can request a transfer from MSE.
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comment Invariance of supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory under supersymmetry
@Qmechanic If you or others think the tag is appropriate go aheard. I don't like the idea because, the implication seems to be that the question will not be answered fully, but only hints will be provided the general direction. I would much rather prefer a full answer with all the details involved. It would also be useful as resource material for anyone interested in this question.
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revised Invariance of supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory under supersymmetry
Tag Homework and excercises does not apply here in my opinion. It is not preferable to guide the asker, It would rather have a full answer.
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comment Analogy for the AdS/CFT Correspondence
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