## Schrödinger equation 5: Curvature and the Plane wave solution

It’s time to shred some waves. Last time, I said we would be finding our first solution to the Schrödinger equation, and I wasn’t joking. Let’s get right to it. Here’s our equation, back where we left it. We’re just going to focus on the case where V is zero, for now, the case where

## Basic Linear Functions – Math Antics

Hi, I’m Rob. Welcome to Math Antics. In this lesson, we’re gonna learn the basics of Linear Functions, which are really common in Algebra. We’re gonna jump right in because there’s a lot to cover in this video, but before we do, if you aren’t already familiar with topics like graphing and functions, I recommend

## Slope Formula (Math Rap)

You have two coordinates You have to find the slope Looking at the problem And it’s looking like beast mode It’s time for some quick mathematics Help you reach your goal Mike likes Science But math foundational! Change of x (sub 2 subtract sub 1) Divides of change of y (sub 2 subtract sub 1)

## Linearization of Non-Linear Equations

In this screencast we’re going to look at the linearization of non-linear equations. Some examples that we’re going to look at are the sine of Y equals X times AX plus B to the minus 2, here we want to find A and B, why? Because if we can determine those parameters we can put

## Mod-09 Lec-28 Relativistic Electrodynamics

you so we at this the Maxwell's equations in the relativistic case Maxwell's equations return in the normal way in terms of the electric and magnetic fields that itself is a set Lorentz invariant but we could write yesterday in a more compact and come back to waive the Maxwell's equation two of the Maxwell's