Wednesday
July 30, 2014

Homework Help: Physics

Posted by Eng on Sunday, February 7, 2010 at 5:08pm.

A potential energy function for a two-dimensional force is of the form U = 3 x^(4)y - 8 x. Find the force that acts at the point (x, y). (Use x and y as appropriate.)
I know its something about partial derivatives but I'm not sure how to go about it. And the answer has to be in vector components (ihat jhat)

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

Physics 3 - A potential energy function for a two-dimensional force is of the ...
physics - A potential energy function for a two-dimensional force is of the form...
PHYSICS - A potential energy function for a two-dimensional force is of the form...
Physics Please help !! - A single conservative force = (6.0x - 12) N where x is ...
physics - What does it mean to say the Coulomb Force is a conservative force? ...
physics - A force is given by Fx=Ax^-3, where A=8.0 N*m^3.(a) For positive ...
physics - A single conservative force F = (7.0x - 11)i N, where x is in meters, ...
physics - A single conservative force F = (6.0x - 11)i N, where x is in meters, ...
Physics - A force of 20 N acts toward the west. Another force acts at the same ...
physics - A particle has a charge of +2.2 μC and moves from point A to ...

Search
Members