References: Griffiths, David J. (2007), Introduction to Electrodynamics, 3rd Edition; Pearson Education – Chapter 11, Post 16. One common instance of an accelerated charge is a charge moving in a circle. In this case the particle’s instantaneous velocity is always perpendicular to its instantaneous acceleration . This is known as synchrotron radiation, since it is […]
This creature gets the instructions to grow 5 limbs and it does, it’s therefore a pentapod. (live version) When is instructed to grow four limbs, it becomes a quadpod. (live version) But when is told to grow three limbs, it doesn’t. It grows instead a tubular body with only one pod, like a mollusc. (live … Continue reading I see pentapods, quadpods, who ordered the unipod? →
The weekend is by the corner and I feel a little tired after this long week. This post is more like an update for me and you. Practical the second semester of my 4th year started and I feel so strange that this is my last semester as an undergraduate student. I feel strange: happy […]
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My younger son and I are going through the section in Art of Problem Solving’s Introduction to Number theory book about linear congruences. This is a pretty advanced topic. I actually skipped it with my older son, but my younger son absolutely loves it. He’s totally captivated and I love hearing his ideas about how…