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Consider a particle with energy E in the inner region of a one-dimensional potential well V(x), as shown in Figure 1. (A potential well is a potential that has a lower value in a certain region of space than in the neighbouring regions.) In classical mechanics, if E < V0 (the maximum height of the potential barrier), the particle remains in the well forever; if E > V0, the particle escapes. The site also offers various exercises with vectors to harness your problem solving skills. 2D & 3D Vectors - Here's a reliable online tool to calculate the magnitude of 2D and 3D vectors; also offers brief explanations of the vector-magnitude concept. 3D Vector Magnitude – Nestled between many other math and science resources, this tool calculates the magnitude of a 3D vector.

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