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reviewed No Action Needed The dimensional formula of distance travelled in $n$th second
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answered A moderate introduction to Hanbury Brown Twiss interferometry in particle physics
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comment What happened with Hilbert's sixth problem (the axiomatization of physics) after Gödel's work?
The answer is yes, and thats what we do.
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comment How forces are in this shape?
Looks like you forgot the corner balls? They have forces in two directions
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answered Distinguishable, Indistinguishable Paramagnetic Ideal Gas
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comment Normal force of ball sliding on concave surface
So its correct. Yes. There are no more equations that doesnt follow from this answer.
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comment Normal force of ball sliding on concave surface
F=ma is the net force on the object. That is standard newtons law.
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comment Normal force of ball sliding on concave surface
N here isnt for the static case, N is the normal force, meaning the total force from the surface to the mass. F=mv, ja72's law? LOL. F=mdv/dt