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asked Backspin in outer space i.e. in a liquid with no viscosity: not changing direction?
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comment What is the motivation for Mohr's circle?
Great! +1 some references to read further?
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comment Potential energy in $E_f^2=(mc^2)^2+(pc)^2$?
Lagrangian != Lagrange method's: please check the Wikipedia sites in the comment. You have used some continuous description with functionals to describe physics where the rigid body means some sort of trivial functional?
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comment Potential energy in $E_f^2=(mc^2)^2+(pc)^2$?
Does Lagrangian or Lagrangian-Euler have anything to do with Lagrange's method? I see you have generalized things, cool, keep it -- taking me just more time to dig into this, like it :)
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comment What are thermal energy distributions?
...have to take pen-and-paper to really dig into this, takes some time to process this material. Thank you for helping.
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comment What are thermal energy distributions?
Can I use somehow the propability function with partition function $P_s=\frac{1}{Z} e^{-\beta E_i}$ to make the deduction with less steps? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
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comment What are thermal energy distributions?
My lecture slides deduce $P=\frac{g_1^{n_1}g_2^{n_2}g_3^{n_3}...}{n_1! n_2! n_3! ...}=\Pi_i \frac{g_i^{n_i}}{n_i!}$ for Maxwell-Boltzmann statistics.
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comment What are thermal energy distributions?
"Many Bose particles can be in the same state, whereas only one Fermi particle can be in a given state." -- can you see it somehow form the distribution? (sorry I used the words distribution and statistics interchangeable)
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comment What are thermal energy distributions?
If u need to deduce the statistics, how would you proceed?
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revised Potential energy in $E_f^2=(mc^2)^2+(pc)^2$?
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