Swapnadeep Goswami posted an Question
October 31, 2021 • 11:02 am 15 points
  • CSIR NET
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Consider the lagrangian l=1-yi-4 of a particle executing oscillations whose amplitude is a. if p denotes the momentum of the particle, then 4p is (a)(4- )(4+f-q

Consider the Lagrangian L=1-yi-4 of a particle executing oscillations whose amplitude is A. If p denotes the momentum of the particle, then 4p is (a)(4- )(4+f-q) (A+)(4+4-4) (d)(4+g )(4+f+g) ()(4-)(4+ A +q)

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    Bidyut sinha

    see attached picture..When a particle execute oscillation with Amplitude A, then total Energy is 1/2 A^2...and total Energy represent Hamiltonian of the system...So H=1/2 A^2....

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  • Swapnadeep goswami

    Can you please explain how youbare writing the Hamiltonian in terms of A?

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    Bidyut sinha Best Answer

    please see attached picture.

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    Can you please explain how are you writing the Hamiltonian in terms of A?

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    see attached picture..When a particle execute oscillation with Amplitude A, then total Energy is 1/2 A^2...and total Energy represent Hamiltonian of the system...So H=1/2 A^2....

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