Derivations are, of course, very important for basic classical mechanics.
But what about things beyond that? What about derivations for the solutions of the hydrogen atom? Or other upper-level derivations/proofs?
InquilineKea wrote:Derivations are, of course, very important for basic classical mechanics.
But what about things beyond that? What about derivations for the solutions of the hydrogen atom? Or other upper-level derivations/proofs?
InquilineKea wrote:Okay sorry, I meant, important for doing well on the Physics GRE.
InquilineKea wrote:Okay sorry, I meant, important for doing well on the Physics GRE.
i mean, most of the time, you're just plugging in equations you've memorized. Deriving them takes valuable time, and it's better to memorize the core equations just for the test. But sometimes it might be helpful to derive something?
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