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Graduated with a degree in Theoretical Physics from Lancaster University. Now work as a engineer at a nuclear plant programming the reactor computers.
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The lorentz force on a charged particle is F=q(E+vxB) where F is the force, q is the particles charge, E is the electric field, v is the particles velocity and B is the magnetic field, whilst x... 
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Protons and neutrons are all part of a class of particles called hadrons. These hadrons are composed of yet smaller particles called which stick together in either 3s or pairs in order to create... 
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To solve this graphically is fairly straight forward. First, completely ignore the inequalities and only plot the boundary. This is easy for the graph `y=x^2` but in plotting the graph of... 
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It is not quite as easy to solve quartic equation (an equation with `x^4` in it) as it is to solve a quadratic because the equation to solve quartic equations is long and unwieldy, unlike the... 
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The equation for torque is given by `tau=rFsintheta` where `tau` is the torque, r is the length of the arm of the lever (in this case a wrench), F is the force applied and `theta` is the angle...
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