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comment What does the general solution of the Schrodinger equation represent for the particle in a box problem?
The last one is an eigenstate with energy E (for a particular n), the first one is the general solution. Either one could be the "real" wavefunction, it depends on the problem setup.
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revised Natural systems that test the primality of a number?
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comment Is 3+1 spacetime as privileged as is claimed?
You may replace 'likes to' by 'tends to'. And 3+1 is very special in beeing very small, so she is very privileged.
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comment Is 3+1 spacetime as privileged as is claimed?
Nature likes to minimize things, its a universal feature. Imagine living in a 3343432411111111110122-dimensional universe, that would require an explanation, not 3+1.
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comment With Newton's third law, why are things capable of moving?
Duplicate of ? physics.stackexchange.com/q/2095
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comment Tensions And Pulleys With Masses
There is two accelerations, of the same magnitude, acceleration is a vector too. A pulley is an idealized solid contraption, where motion is restriced to circular.
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comment Definition of scattered particle?
Ok, but the differential cross-section has an unequivocal definition?