# Problems And Solutions On Classical Mechanics By Goldstein

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. for all time. (Note that, in contrast to the previous problem, in this case the condition for circular motion does depend.classical mechanics problem 1: central potential solution

1 ml2 about the rod’s center 12 The kinetic energy term we can decompose into three parts: Ic = T = T1 + T2,rot + T2,trans where T1 is the kinetic energy of the ﬁrst rod, T2,trans is the translational energy of the center of mass of the second rod and T2,rot is its rotational energy about its center of mass. Then 1 ˙2 T1 = ml2 θ1 6 1 ˙2 T2,rot = ml2 θ2 24 and 1 T2,trans = m x2 + yc ˙ c ˙2 2 where xc and yc are the coordinates of the second rod’s center of mass, so xc = l sin θ1 + l sin θ2 2 l yc = −l cos .classical mechanics problem 1: central potential solution

1 ml2 about the rod’s center 12 The kinetic energy term we can decompose into three parts: Ic = T = T1 + T2,rot + T2,trans where T1 is the kinetic energy of the ﬁrst rod, T2,trans is the translational energy of the center of mass of the second rod and T2,rot is its rotational energy about its center of mass. Then 1 ˙2 T1 = ml2 θ1 6 1 ˙2 T2,rot = ml2 θ2 24 and 1 T2,trans = m x2 + yc ˙ c ˙2 2 where xc and yc are the coordinates of the second rod’s center of mass, so xc = l sin θ1 + l sin θ2 2 l yc = −l cos .problems and solutions atomic, nuclear and particle physics

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