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Nov
4
asked Particle colliders: why do they need an accelerator chain
Nov
4
comment The Many Body problem
Why do you restrict it to quantum problems ?
Nov
4
comment Software for physics calculations
Not to mention that your institution can probably provide you shared licences (licence server) of Mathematica or Matlab.
Nov
4
revised Velocity of Object from electromagnetic field
added 57 characters in body
Nov
4
comment Velocity of Object from electromagnetic field
OK, I took the shortcut "acceleration = change in the magnitude of the speed", but you're right.
Nov
4
accepted Why is the LHC circular and 27km long?
Nov
4
accepted Proton therapy in cancer treatment
Nov
4
answered What property of objects allow them to float?
Nov
4
comment Finding the volume of this irregular shape I have
Just perfect and fast answer, I don't think anything should be added.
Nov
4
answered How does Positronium exist?
Nov
4
comment How should a physics student study mathematics?
@Mark: Maybe I am not reacting appropriately because I do not understand your English ... Let's wait for some answers.
Nov
4
comment How should a physics student study mathematics?
@Mark C: the main problem I have with this question is that you are writing constantly things like "This question is broad, involved", "Please do not rush your answer ", "insulting", "promise" ... just ask your question and let people answer if they understand what you want.
Nov
4
comment How should a physics student study mathematics?
I didn't voted to close, but I don't understand where you are trying to go with your question. Maybe that's because I am not native in English although on SE I usually understand the questions.
Nov
4
comment How should a physics student study mathematics?
"the typical curriculum required for physics students is not deep or thorough enough; mathematics is more general (that means work!); and it only requires a few more classes. " this seems a bit contradictory to me...
Nov
4
comment Hamilton's Principle
Note that the principle of virtual work is called D'Alembert principle: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D%27Alembert%27s_principle
Nov
4
accepted Boiling water and salt
Nov
4
accepted What is needed to claim the discovery of the Higgs boson?
Nov
4
answered Best books for mathematical background?
Nov
4
accepted Book about classical mechanics
Nov
4
revised Book about classical mechanics
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