# Rutgers Physics 381 Mechanics I (Fall'17/Gershtein)

## Homework 8 - Due November 3, 2017 in class

* Problem numbers correspond to "Classical Mechanics", 5th Ed., by David John R. Taylor (University Science Books) ISBN 9781891389221 *

6.2, 6.3, 6.7, 6.9, 6.25

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for the last problem: you can follow the integration hint that is given in the book. I myself found it easier to use the formula 1-cos(x) = 2*(sin(x/2))^2 to transform both numerator and denominator, and after that it is clear that a substitution like u=cos(Θ/2) should do the trick. Do not forget what atan(∞) is.
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