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Let's maybe clear up a (possible) misunderstanding first. Mathematically speaking, to say that $V$ has no dependence on $z$ implies the following: $V(x_1,y_1,z_1) = V(x_1,y_1,z_2)$. The simple and …
answered Jun 24 '15 by anon01
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I don't know where you have trouble, but it's straightforward if you just assume $R(x,t)$ and $S(x,t)$ in the form given for $\psi$ and then expand out the operations, where: $$\begin{align} \psi &\ …
answered Jul 28 '16 by anon01
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Acceleration is given by the total, or net force acting an object. This is just a clearer statement of your intuition: the ground imparts a force on the person as they're falling that reduces their a …
answered Feb 14 '16 by anon01