equivalence of mass and energy otherwise simply known as E = mc2. He is often known as the father of modern physics as his contributions in the field of relativity have shaped the way modern physics has come to be. His discoveries and theories were way ahead of his time and it took the world a good number...
Guidelines for a Physics Lab Reports
A laboratory report has three main functions:
(1) To provide a record of the experiments and raw data included in the report,
(2) To provide sufficient information to reproduce or extend the data, and
(3) To analyze the data, present conclusions and make recommendations...
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¢º The Metric System 
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1700's was the times to develop the calculus and to expand the analysis made in 1600's.
In this century, there were so many enlargements of the design trigonometry, the analytic geometry, the...
simplified cases of Maxwell's equations. Maxwell's work in electromagnetism has been called the "second great unification in physics",[2] after the first one carried out by Isaac Newton.
Maxwell demonstrated that electric and magnetic fields travel through space in the form of waves, and at the constant...
contribute to crashes to a much greater extent than suggested by police statistics. Police investigations tend to assign "blame" but overlook the contribution of defects to crash severity.
In depth studies suggest that vehicle factors, particularly defects, are "causal, possibly causal or contributory"...
where his early interest in classics was quickly superseded by philosophy, which all first year students studied and which encompassed mathematics and physics as well as logic, metaphysics, ethics, and natural law. Kant's philosophy professors exposed him to the approach of Christian Wolff (1679–1750), whose...
Ptolemy (second century A.D.) wrote on many topics, including geography, astrology, musical theory, optics, physics, and astronomy. The earliest, and perhaps most important of Ptolemy's work that has survived is the Almagest, a treatise in 13 books. It gives in detail the mathematical theory of the motions...
Rāmāṇujaṇ
(22 December 1887 – 26 April 1920) was an Indian mathematician.[1] With almost no formal training in pure mathematics, he made substantial contributions in the areas of mathematical analysis, number theory, infinite series and continued fractions.
Born and raised in Erode, Tamil Nadu, India, Ramanujan...
Isaac Newton
Isaac Newton was a Mathematician and physicist, and one of the founding fathers in the laws of physics. Newton’s achievements in experimental investigation as the founding exemplar has regarded for more than 300 years. His discoveries in physics, mathematics, optics, calculus, gravitation...
Mathematicians
Thales of Miletus
Birthdate: 624 B.C.
Died: 547546 B. C.
Nationality: Greek
Title: Regarded as “Father of Science”
Contributions:
* He is credited with the first use of deductive reasoning applied to geometry.
* Discovery that a circle is bisected by its diameter,...
component is perpendicular to the moment arm, while the radial component is parallel to the moment arm.) The radial component of the force has no contribution to the torque because it passes through the pivot point. So, it is only the tangential component of the force which affects torque (since it is...
of light, and his studies on calculus.
Sir Isaac Newton : Contributions One of the most important scientists of all time, Isaac Newton, made many discoveries and theories that have changed the world. His studies in physics have influenced modern physics greatly with his laws of motion, his study of light...
Scientists have enormous contribution in the advancement of human civilization. Throughout the history of the world, many scientists have dedicated their lives for research and innovation. Some of them even faced a lot of torture for their theories but they continued their mission and thus we are now...
employer of productive labor or contractor.1 Looking closely at this definition, Einstein fits the definition of an entrepreneur. Einstein’s contribution to the world might not be one of money, but to some it could be considered so much more valuable. Einstein’s work was full of initiative and overflowing...
Physics is a natural science that involves the study of matter and its motion through spacetime, as well as all related concepts, including energy and force. More broadly, it is the general analysis of nature, conducted in order to understand how the universe behaves.
Physics is one of the oldest academic...
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Newtons Second Law: of ball in air: Force=mass x acceleration, the acceleration from the throw x the mass of the lacrosse ball, ex. of how fast a pass is and...
made significant contributions to many areas of physics. His theoretical work makes up the base for one of the most important cogs in quantum theory, the uncertainty principle. He was born on the 5th of December 1901 and died on the 5th of February 1976. For his contributions to physics he was awarded...
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Typical aerodynamic teardrop shape, showing the pressure distribution as the thickness of the black line and showing...
The Age of Einstein
Frank W. K. Firk
Professor Emeritus of Physics Yale University
2003
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CONTENTS
Preface 1. Introduction 2. Understanding the Physical Universe 3. Describing Everyday Motion 4. Einstein’s Theory of Special Relativity 5. Newton’s Dynamics 6. Equivalence of Mass...