Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 10:48:54
Subject: Re: What "Math" Demos among the Physics Demos Do You Like?
The frequency spectrum of a Voltage controller oscillator, follows from
Bessel functions. It's pretty easy to find the the amplitude where
fundamental and other harmonics cross zero. (Just happens to be what
I'm working on at the moment.)
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> Greetings, everyone... I'm trying to come up with a list of
> physics demonstrations that have very strong advanced
> mathematics demonstration capability, in a side project with
> a couple math teachers.
> Obviously, everything in 1A of the DCS is great... but what
> can you think of beyond those that are "math" demos?
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> enjoying a reheated McNewton right now :)
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