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|$60.00||Closed||Quantum Information expanded explanation needed for three sets of problems that already have their solution.
Hi, I have a three sets of questions that I need help to understand how to arrive to their solutions. The problems come already with each of their answers, although many steps were considered...
|Apr. 08, 2013|
|$2.00||Closed||physics - speed of particle
image of question is attached. I do not have values included rather just symbols, as I would like you to show the process needed to calculate what is being asked when I have this information,...
|Aug. 09, 2012|
|$3.00||Closed||1. Consider the 64-bit, double precision
1. Consider the 64-bit, double precision foating point number format in the IEEE 754 standard. How many distinct numbers can be stored in this format? Justify your answer.
|Oct. 15, 2010|
|$1.00||Closed||Question 3 Fugure 7.2
Figure 7.2 for question 3
|Oct. 07, 2010|
|$20.00||Closed||I need help with computational physics
I need help with computational physics. Question number 3 has to be answered as well.
|Oct. 06, 2010|
|$10.00||Closed||Need help in Computational physics
Need help in Computational physics
|Sep. 27, 2010|
|$2.00||Closed||Physics N/m 8/87
Suppose the spring has a spring constant of 485 N/m and the box has a mass of 1.7 kg. The speed of the box just before it makes contact with the spring in 0.59 m/s. (a1) What is the algebraic...
|Jul. 14, 2009|
|$1.00||Closed||By what factor will the electrostatic fo
By what factor will the electrostatic force between two charged particles change if you: multiply one charge by 5.5, multiply the other charge by 1.3, and multiply the distance between them by 3.5?
|Apr. 21, 2009|
|$1.00||Closed||Mechanics Part 2
Two balls having the same mass of 1kg roll toward each other,each moving at the same speed of 1m/s.What is the combined momentum of the two balls? A. 0kg m/s B. 0.5kg m/s C. 1kg m/s D. 2kg m/s
|Mar. 13, 2009|
|$1.00||Closed||Inelastic collision golf ball problem
A golf ball of mass 48 g is putted off the top of a staircase which has stairs of height and width 25cm. The putter strikes the ball with a force of 3.8 N and is in contact with the ball for 0.05s ....
|Nov. 12, 2007|
|$10.00||Closed||Quantum Spin Chains, Computational, Heisenberg Hamiltonian
$150 willing to go up to... The theory and problems are in the attached pdf... The C code for diagonalising matrices and finding eigen values is in the zip... The start I've made on the assignment is...
|Nov. 09, 2007|
Physics Help Needed
|Jul. 03, 0000|