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- Mar 18th 2009, 03:59 PMJamesonGot a physics question or interested in physics?
MHF has a partner site, Physics Help Forum. If you are particularly interested in this subject, come check it out!

Physics Help Forum - Jun 10th 2009, 02:58 AMAwsom GuyAwsom...
I have an account in it its cool. i mean AWSOM.

- Jul 18th 2009, 11:57 AMMr Rayon
I have an account but I can't permanently log in. And I know that I'm using the correct password because it does momentarily log me in and shows the message "Thank you for logging in, Mr Rayon". However, it then sends me to a page where I am not logged in.

- Sep 9th 2010, 10:36 AMstupidguy
- Sep 19th 2010, 05:22 AMunstopabl3
I'm already on it as well ;) Another great helper :D

Btw are those two websites also run by the owner/webmaster of this website? - Jul 31st 2011, 10:27 AMjimy1Re: Got a physics question or interested in physics?
I dont like Physics so much. but after reading your article i think that physics is so intresting.

Its true that in our world with out physice nothing ts possible.. - Oct 1st 2011, 05:11 AMniggawut
what about physics-related maths problems?

especially those that involve calculus. - Jun 22nd 2012, 08:41 AMHallsofIvyRe: Got a physics question or interested in physics?
I get "Site cannot be found" now.

- Nov 4th 2012, 08:02 AMmysurRe: Got a physics question or interested in physics?
A book, which may be modelled as a particle of weight 8N rests in equilibrium on a desk top inclined at 28 degree to the horizontal. ind the frictional force acting on the book. he coefficients of friction between the book and the desk top is 0.6. Determine whether the equilibrium is limiting.

F= 8 sin 28x.6= 3.75 ( parallel)

R= 8 cos(28)= 4.5

Answer given is 3.76N and friction is not limiting. may I know why friction is not limiting? Please explain - Nov 4th 2012, 08:24 AMskeeterRe: Got a physics question or interested in physics?
$\displaystyle f_s = mg\sin{\theta} = 8\sin(28) = 3.76 \, N$

$\displaystyle f_{s \, max} = \mu_s \cdot N = 0.6 \cdot 8\cos(28) = 4.24 \, N$

do not piggy-back new questions on an old thread ... next time, start a new physics thread in the Math Topics forum. - Nov 4th 2012, 08:38 AMmysurRe: Got a physics question or interested in physics?
Sorry and thanks for explainng

- Nov 4th 2012, 09:23 AMtopsquarkRe: Got a physics question or interested in physics?
It's too late for this comment for most users but the Physics and Chem sites are down until the owner comes back and resuscitates them. I don't recall if we have a Biology forum or if it was in the planning stages. But if we did that's down too. we're focusing on the Math site at the moment.

-Dan - Aug 27th 2013, 10:44 PMdived12Re: Got a physics question or interested in physics?
Hi,

Back in old days (18-19th centuries and older) math was being developed the way the physicians needed it, not more. Suppose one day a phisician needed to solve quadratic equation and there was no way to do it. He would sit days long and finally invent a method for solve this kind of equations (in reality things were a bit different, but not much). So in the process of solving a physical problem new mathematical method was developed and the physical problem got solved too. This way physics benefited from maths and maths from physics.

web hosting - Aug 27th 2013, 11:26 PMtopsquarkRe: Got a physics question or interested in physics?
Well, since the thread came back up (due to a spammer) I thought I'd take the opportunity and say that PHF and CHF are both running strong!

-Dan - Dec 26th 2013, 07:27 AMphilip12Re: Got a physics question or interested in physics?
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