Re: least action principle

The "principal if least action" is a physics principle not a mathematics principle.

What you talking about is the "Calculus of Variations" but I note that, according to Wikipedia, Calculus of variations can be used to prove the "principle of least action"- under reasonable physical assumptions: Principle of least action - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Re: least action principle

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**HallsofIvy** The "principal if least action" is a physics principle not a mathematics principle.

What you talking about is the "Calculus of Variations" but I note that, according to Wikipedia, Calculus of variations can be used to prove the "principle of least action"- under reasonable physical assumptions:

Principle of least action - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

sir see the reply of outmeasure sir (2nd reply).i don,t know what he wants to say

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Re: least action principle

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**ayushdadhwal**

any view

Re: least action principle

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**ayushdadhwal** any view

can some body put light on this principle