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which is the same with Euler-Lagrangian

equation of motion.

For the field acting on the centre of mass, the particle mass and charge appear as if they are at the centre of mass point and we treat the

equation of motion of the particle in the point particle limit.

As a result of these acts, we are able to rewrite the

equation of motion for the nonlinear nonlocal model in the form

This rigid body momentum can be transformed into the global coordinate system and differentiated with respect to time to obtain the body

equation of motion as follows:

To find the

equation of motion for the magnetization subjected to a magnetic field oscillating along the z-axis, the following vectors have to be inserted into (13): H(t) = (0,0, [H.sub.0] cos([omega]t)), M x H = ([[omega].sub.L]/[[mu].sub.0][absolute value of ([absolute value of (y)))([M.sub.y] cos([omega]t), -[M.sub.x] cos ([omega]t), 0), and [M.sub.eq](H) = (0,0, [phi][M.sub.d]L(([[mu].sub.0][M.sub.d]V[H.sub.0]/kT) cos([omega]t))), where [[omega].sub.L] = [[mu].sub.0] [absolute value of (y)][H.sub.0].

Therefore, the

equation of motion for the spar hull leads to

In this case, we assume that, besides the nonlinear irrational restoring force due to the stretched wires, we have a damper attached to the mass system, and hence, the nonlinear differential

equation of motion for a single-degree-of-freedom system can be written as

Therefore, we can confirm that the microscopic particles in the nonlinear quantum mechanics satisfy the Newton type

equation of motion for a classical particle.

It is worthwile to cast the

equation of motion in the dimensionless form.

His topics include LaGrangian and Hamiltonian formalism, and the relation between relativity and essential tensor calculus, along with Einstein's equation in special cases with explicit presentations of calculations for all steps, with coverage of Newtonian mechanics, symmetries, bodies' central forces, rigid body dynamics, small oscillations and stability, phenomenological consequences, aspects of special relativity, the

equation of motion of the particle in a gravitational field, tensor calculus for Reimann spaces, Einstein's equation of the gravitational field, and the Schwarzschild solution.