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I build bits of the internet when I can.
Apparently I'm now a network guy.
Open Uni, Computer Science.


Dec
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accepted Would an airtight box filled with air act the same way to 1 bar of water pressure as the same box vacuum-sealed at atmospheric pressure?
Dec
19
comment Would an airtight box filled with air act the same way to 1 bar of water pressure as the same box vacuum-sealed at atmospheric pressure?
So the fact the forces are different do not matter, just the resultant force?
Dec
19
comment Would an airtight box filled with air act the same way to 1 bar of water pressure as the same box vacuum-sealed at atmospheric pressure?
Do you mean rather than 2-1=1 it would be 1-0=1? The forces are larger, but the resultant is the same?
Dec
19
asked Would an airtight box filled with air act the same way to 1 bar of water pressure as the same box vacuum-sealed at atmospheric pressure?
Dec
19
revised How do I factor in multiple forces into these Newtonian mechanics equations?
Removed unnecessary parts of question, gender neutralized.
Jan
18
awarded  Scholar
Jan
18
accepted How do I factor in multiple forces into these Newtonian mechanics equations?
Jan
18
accepted How does the position of lift affect the stability of the lifted object?
Jan
11
asked How does the position of lift affect the stability of the lifted object?
Jan
11
awarded  Supporter
Jan
11
answered Do perfect spheres exist in nature?
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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Student
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awarded  Teacher
Jul
4
answered How do I factor in multiple forces into these Newtonian mechanics equations?
Jul
4
revised How do I factor in multiple forces into these Newtonian mechanics equations?
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revised How do I factor in multiple forces into these Newtonian mechanics equations?
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asked How do I factor in multiple forces into these Newtonian mechanics equations?