Silambarasan Physics posted an Question
August 28, 2021 • 17:42 pm 10 points
  • CSIR NET
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61.if h is the hamiltonian and l is the lagrangian of a system of particles, then the function (h + l) is a function of (a) the position coordinate only (b) the

61.If H is the Hamiltonian and L is the Lagrangian of a system of particles, then the function (H + L) is a function of (a) the position coordinate only (b) the velocity only c)both position coordinate and velocity (d) independent of both T T-N 2T

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    Bidyut sinha Best Answer

    see the attached picture, I have given. H=2T 2T=2×1/2 m(x dot)^2... x dot= dx/dt =that's time derivative of position.i.e velocity...so both position and velocity depending... because if we change the value of x, then it's time derivative will also change.. that's velocity will also change.

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