## Mechanics and applied calculusOpen University Press, 1972 - Transportation |

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### Contents

Bibliography | 4 |

The Derivation of the Cartesian Equations for the Ellipse Hyperbola | 40 |

Glossary | 51 |

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angles of scattering angular momentum appendix areal velocity assumed atom binary star body central force centre of force change of linear conic consider constant Coulomb force Coulomb's law curve derive determine differential equation distance earth eccentricity electrons ellipse equation of motion external force acting foil force centre fuel gives gravitational field gravitational force gravitational mass Hence hyperbola incident integration inverse square law Kepler's Laws Kepler's third law linear momentum magnitude major axis mass-centre mathematical Mechanics mutual orbits nucleus number of particles observed obtain planet planetary orbits polar co-ordinates positively charged potential energy problem rate of change Read section recoil motion repulsive rocket motion Rutherford Model scattering angle scattering of a-particles sections S9.1 semi-latus rectum semi-major axis set book shell sin2 Solution is given Solution to SAQ spectroscopic binaries sphere Substituting theory of orbits toboggan unit mass variable variable-mass systems zero