By Ahmad A. Kamal

This ebook primarily caters to the desires of undergraduates and graduates physics scholars within the sector of recent physics, specifically particle and nuclear physics. Lecturers/tutors may perhaps use it as a source e-book. The contents of the publication are in keeping with the syllabi presently utilized in the undergraduate classes in united states, U.K., and different international locations. The ebook is split into 10 chapters, every one bankruptcy starting with a short yet sufficient precis and worthwhile formulation, tables and line diagrams via numerous standard difficulties precious for assignments and tests. particular recommendations are supplied on the finish of every chapter.

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R −3 r) = 3r −3 − 3r −5 r . r = 3r −3 − r −3 = 0 Thus, the divergence of an inverse square force is zero. 16 The angle between the surfaces at the point is the angle between the normal to the surfaces at the point. (∇Φ2 ) = |∇Φ1 ||∇Φ2 | cos θ where θ is the required angle. 17 f (x) = ∞ 1 a0 + 2 an = (1/L) bn = (1/L) L n=1 an cos nπ x nπ x + bn sin L L (1) nπ x dx L nπ x f (x) sin dx L f (x) cos −L L −L (2) (3) As f (x) is an odd function, an = 0 for all n. 7 shows the result for first 3 terms, 6 terms and 9 terms of the Fourier expansion.

Dr around the closed curve C defined by y = x 2 and y 2 = 8x, with A = (x + y)iˆ + (x − y) ˆj ˆ is a conservative force field. 8 (a) Show that F = (2x y + z 2 )iˆ + x 2 ˆj + x yz k, (b) Find the scalar potential. (c) Find the work done in moving a unit mass in this field from the point (1, 0, 1) to (2, 1, −1). 9 Verify Green’s theorem in the plane for c (x + y)dx + (x − y) dy, where C is the closed curve of the region bonded by y = x 2 and y 2 = 8x. 10 Show that s A . 11 Evaluate r A . 12 (a) Prove that the curl of gradient is zero.

The matrix A is diagnalized by the similarity transformation. S −1 AS ⎛ =1 diag A 2 ⎞ √ 0 √ ⎜ √13 √1 − √61 ⎟ S=⎝ 3 2 6⎠ − √13 √12 √16 As the matrix S is orthogonal, S −1 = S . 33 Let f = y = x 3 − 3x + 3 = 0 Let the root be a If x = a = −2, y = +1 If x = a = −3, y = −15 Thus x = a lies somewhere between −2 and −3. 039, which is close to zero.