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Problem 28P

Problem 28P

(a) How much work is required to accelerate a proton from rest up to a speed of 0.997c? (b) What would be the momentum of this proton?

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Packages Tuesday,January19,2016 2:03PM Package - togroupclassestogether Syntax: Package; **allthefilesinthesamepackagewillbeputinthesamedirectory,usingthepackage name** Ex: Java.util Java.io Java.lang -theseareallpackages Importjava.util.*;< ----importalltheclassesandfilesinthispackage Format: Import.; Class -components(data(variables,fields),methods) **eachclassisgoingtobeaseparatefile** publicclassMyclass { } Accessmodifierforvariablesandmethods: -public(everyonehasaccess) -private -protected -noaccessmodifier(packageprivate) Ex: publicstaticCircle { -protected -noaccessmodifier(packageprivate) Ex: publicstaticCircle { privatedoubleradius; publicstaticfinaldoublePI=3.14159; publicdoublegetRadius()< ----- getmethod(getter,accessmethod) { returnradius; } publicvoidsetRadius(doubler)< ------ setmethod(setter,mutatormethod) { radius=r; } //Area=pi(r^2) publicdoublecompArea() { returnPI*radius*radius; } } : Circlec1=newCircle(); C1.setRadius(5.0); Doublearea=c1.compArea(); Circlec2=newCircle(2.5); Constructors: -specialmethodsusedtoinitializeanobject Ex: publicCircle()youcanhavemultiplemethodswiththesamename,but theyhavedifferentnumbersortypeofparameters. Ex: A. Methodcalledintadd(inta,intb) B. Methodcalledintadd(intI,intj,intk) C. Methodcalleddoubleadd(doublex,doubley) Add(2,3)-->A Add(4,7,13)-->B Add(2.5,90.7) -->C Add(3,6.5)-->C ImportantNotesaboutConstructors: *don'tconfusetheheadingfortheclassandtheheadingfortheconstructors,they areNOTthesamething *thenameofaconstructoristhesameasthenameoftheclass *aconstructordoesnothaveANYreturntype,notevenvoid *thecompilerwillgenerateadefaultconstructor,withnoparameters,ifandonlyif noconstructorisdefinedinaclass *aclasscanhavemultipleconstructors(aformofmethodoverloading) The"this"Keyword Twomeanings: 1. The"this"object -Ex: intk; this.k; -Ex: publicvoidsetRadius(doubleradius) { this.radius=radius;

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Textbook: Physics: Principles with Applications
Edition: 6
Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
ISBN: 9780130606204

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