A particle of mass M moves in a plane under the influence of a force F = – kx directed towards the origin. What is the Lagrangian of the system in polar coordinate (r, θ)
A particle of mass M moves in a plane under the influence of a force F = – kx directed towards the origin. What is the Lagrangian of the system in polar coordinate (r, θ):
When a particle is moving under a central force, then the force is conservative and the motion is in a plane.
Relation between force and potential energy.
Lagrangian of the system
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