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Perturbation Theory Applied to the Quantum Harmonic Oscillator
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Dynamics of Coupled Pendulums
Loop the Loop
Draining of Two Connected Tanks
Sedimentation of Four or Six Spheres in a Newtonian Fluid at Low Reynolds Numbers
Particle Moving on a Rotating Disk
Equilibrium of a Floating Vessel
Rotating Michelson-Morley Interferometer
Coulomb's Law for Three Point Charges
Bouncing Bob Pendulum
Helium Ionization Fraction as Function of Density and Temperature
Series RLC Circuits
Magnetic Field of a Cylindrical Bar Magnet
Light Rays in a Lens
The Hydrogen Atom in Parabolic Coordinates
Band Spectrum in a Periodic Potential
Gaussian Laser Modes
Restricted Three-Body Problem in 3D
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