Writing Linear Equations Given Slope and a Point When you are given a real world problem that must be solved, you could be given numerous aspects of the equation.
Return to Scriptural Physics Home Page Purpose And Scope Of This Article The purpose of this article is to foster the development of intuitive concepts in atomic physics so that knowledge in this field will become more accessible and understandable to a larger group of people than is currently the case.
The term, "atomic physics" will include quantum mechanics, but will not be limited to just this one particular field or its particular method of exposition.
Conceptual problems in physics manifest themselves mostly at the extremes of the very small, very large, very slow, or very fast.
They are just as apparent in astronomy and astrophysics, for example, as they are in quantum mechanics. Davies notes that "Quantum mechanics is one of those subjects that usually comes right in the end, even though it can seem horribly obscure when only half-learned.
This particular science is filled with mathematical "maps of hell" written in strange notation seemingly incomprehensible to all but sorcerers or geniuses. I am not a physicist.
Nor do I have the time or resources or background to pursue a full exposition of this important topic. I can only offer some suggestions about how conceptual problems in quantum mechanics could be resolved. It is my hope that others will build on these insights, and share their findings just as I am attempting to do.
I regret that I do not have the time to write an actual article on this topic; the presentation here uses the "under construction format" and is therefore a bit disjointed. Nevertheless, I hope it will be of some value to the diligent and patient reader.
And I hope readers will share their insights with me. My prime reason for publishing this "stuff" is so I can learn more myself.
And you will probably see my particular personality type in what I write: The classical, or Newtonian, mechanics was completely inadequate to deal with these mysteries, and so a new type of mechanics was invented: If you love good mysteries, you will find these to be among the best that the physical universe has to offer.
I rate them as best in cleverness and best in ultimate importance.
Despite their superficial simplicity, they have not been solved, not even by the most brilliant minds using the best equipment available to science. Quantum mechanics gives us "recipes" to get useful numerical answers, but despite 75 years of research, there is STILL no generally accepted explanation for the mysteries described below.
The human mind will not rest until they are solved. Can you solve them? What is Quantum Mechanics?Nov 29, · Write the equation of a line that is perpendicular to the given line and that passes through given point.?
x - 8y = -1; (9,3) You are required to write equation of a line perpendicular to this line. Follow the following steps- (another constant - whose value will be determined in the next step).
The new form of the eqn looks Status: Resolved. Perpendicular Line Calculator Find the equation of the perpendicular line step-by-step. Writing Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Write the slope-intercept form of the equation of the line described. 1) through: (,), parallel to.
Just pick two points on the line and use them to find the equation. This tutorial shows you how to take two points on the graph of a line and use them to find the slope-intercept form of the line! Keywords.
Sep 14, · Find an equation of the plane that passes through point P(-4, 2, 1) and is perpendicular to the plane x+5y+2z=3 i really feel stupid with this question, i know how to do just about every other equation like this, just not with a plane perpendicular to another with a point, if anyone can just.
Students are often asked to find the equation of a line that is perpendicular to another line and that passes through a point. Watch the video tutorial below to understand how to do these problems and, if you want, download this free worksheet if you want some extra practice.