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reviewed Reviewed Is it possible to find the G forces of one of the axis rather than the total?
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revised Is it possible to find the G forces of one of the axis rather than the total?
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reviewed Reviewed Quantum Mechanics: Rotation operators
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revised Quantum Mechanics: Rotation operators
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reviewed Reviewed How does one compute the maximum height reached by the water droplets in this experiment and what is the theory behind such phenomenon?
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reviewed Reject Frames of reference, relativity, and a ball thrown in the air
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reviewed Looks OK how can energy conservation equation be different in different situations?
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reviewed Looks OK Exactly how much lift is needed to overcome the weight of an average person?
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reviewed Looks OK Do any approaches to a TOE expect to provide a unique solution to the universe?
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reviewed Close Is it possible for a particle to orbit a singularity inside the event horizon
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reviewed Close How 3D laser scanners find coordinates
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comment On the proof of the existence of geodesics coordinates
The author made a mistake -- switching $d$ and $b$ -- and in fact you made the same mistake in a different place. Every term in the first equation you want to derive should have an upper $a$ and a lower $d$ and nothing else other than possibly summed upper/lower pairs that are neither $a$ nor $d$.
Apr
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reviewed Leave Open On the proof of the existence of geodesics coordinates
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reviewed Close Net force equal to mass multiplied by acceleration of centre of mass
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reviewed Leave Open Formation of nucleus
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reviewed Close On a AC to DC adapter there are +12v wire with 24A and -12v have 0.5A. How many amp this adapter will provide in total?
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reviewed Close A problem on Doppler's Effect
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reviewed Close Displacement of an object dropped from a cliff
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reviewed Leave Open Problem with understanding boundary conditions in electromagnetism
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reviewed Leave Open Is Moon too hot?