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comment The force of gravitation
@barrycarter Hey, how about you add the resources in that link to our meta post which lists other places for people to take their questions. Then, just direct people to the meta post instead of an external site.
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comment Specific function is a Linear combination of energy eigenstates
What have you done to try to figure it out?
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comment Explanation of graphs from CERN
Hi Tweej - you're still asking several different unrelated questions. We'd rather have one question per post, but you can make several posts. (I mean, don't flood the site, but a couple questions at a time is fine.) These are good questions to ask, but in some cases answering them would take a book. I recommend looking at this question and this one, and use what you find to help focus each of your individual questions further. The more specific you are, the better we can help you.
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comment Are units of angle really dimensionless?
@Conifold A tip: we prefer not to have edits to posts marked by "EDIT:" or the like. This is not a big deal (and it's not worth editing again just to fix this), but it's better if you make edits in a way such that the final version of the post reads naturally. It should not be made obvious to the reader that the post has been edited at all.
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comment Is there a software to convert units for quantities and equations?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's about a software recommendation.
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revised How is 6W equivalent to 40W, as claimed by adverts for LED light bulbs?
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comment Net force of a falling down people by Resolution of Force.
It doesn't matter whether it's homework or not; the type of question you've written isn't suitable for the site. See the notice above for information about how you could change it to make it suitable.
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comment Which formula for the de Broglie wavelength of an electron is correct?
Hi Kasper; I removed the photos as we prefer not to have pictures of text. If you think any part of the pictures is important to include in the question, please retype it and quote it.
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revised Which formula for the de Broglie wavelength of an electron is correct?
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reviewed Reject Which formula for the de Broglie wavelength of an electron is correct?
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revised Why are significant figure rules in Multiplication/Division different than in Addition/Subtraction?
clarify
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comment Why are significant figure rules in Multiplication/Division different than in Addition/Subtraction?
@Procyon Actually, I don't remember exactly what I meant by that. I think I'll take it out.
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comment Solving Schrodinger's Equation in Bunimovich Stadium Boundary Condition
Nooooo, we're too late! :-P @ScubaDiving it's usually better to let the question be migrated automatically, but it doesn't really matter that much. I'm closing this here as it is now on another site. That being said, it's not clear to me what part exactly you're having trouble, and depending on what that is, it's possible this could have been on topic here.
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comment modern exposition of exact ground state of classical XY model or Ising model
I'm voting to close this question as a marker that it has been cross-posted to MathOverflow.
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comment Are units of angle really dimensionless?
@Brian Let me see if I can work that in. I think it would be a useful addition.
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answered Are units of angle really dimensionless?