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Graduate Physics Student.

Institute of Physics.

Department of Complex Systems.

National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).

$$\mathcal{H}(s_{1},...,s_{N})=-\frac{J}{N}\sum_{1\leq i<j\leq N}s_{i}s_{j}-H\sum_{i=1}^{N}s_{i}$$


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comment Method of solving functional equation with discrete time
@Qmechanic Maybe, I posted the question here because we, physicist, can solve equations heuristically or exactly. But answering your question: yes, it would be better.
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Adding details
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asked Work done by heating a balloon with $H_2$ ideal gas
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comment Are there diffrent understandings of dimensions?
As you said we certainly live in 3 SPATIAL dimensions. And using only these 3 spatial dimensions and time we can describe phenomena involving a set of physical properties likes mass, charge, electric/magnetic moment, current, refraction index, etc.
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accepted Calculation of the partition function for a classical 2D gas lying on the surface of a sphere of constant radius $R$
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comment What is the formula for max kinetic and max potential energy of a spring?
That's exactly the meaning of my $x$.