By N. Finizio, G. Ladas

An analogous, sophisticated usual Differential Equations with smooth functions via Finizio and Lades is the spine of this article. as well as this are incorporated functions, suggestions and idea of partial distinction equations, distinction equations and Fourier research.

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H and _T 7 -P F is the expression for 2 ^ with -j- written for p. Secondly let T be given, and let q, p be a set of velocities and momenta in a motion such that T has the given value, 7 / and that p= A. ~ > and let q +q , jQ +p motion having the same kinetic energy. 2/^ + 22^ = or be those in any other Then ................... (1) Therefore (2) Now let q" denote a set of velocities proportional to the q set where r is some numerical quantity, and con so that q = r q\ sequently p = rp" .

G. of the second then the kinetic energy T = \ { T is such that body first axis and parallel to the round an two axes, 25 EXAMPLES OF LAGRANGE s EQUATIONS. ] whence Lagrange equations become s dt a^fy + m ab^r (mf + m or m ah dtc where </> [<cos(i/f ^ and <I> and to [\js <)] cos(\/r m db sin(x// </>)] = 2 cos\/f +m 2 +& (6 ma&\//- </> 2 ) \j/- +m sini//- 6 sin </> (^ are the generalised force components corresponding \|/.

Thomson 330, p. ) Here there are two degrees of freedom, and the coordinates may be conveniently taken to be (i) $ the inclination of the plane containing the axes to a fixed plane through the first axis, and (2) \|/ the inclina tion of the^plane nf lliu UXCB to a plane through the second axis and the centre of gravity of the second body. With this notation it is easily seen that if a be the distance between the axes, and 6 the distance of the C. G. of the second body from the second axis, then the (velocity) 2 of the C.