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Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
25
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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revised How long does it take for a black hole to form?
rolled back to a previous revision
Mar
3
reviewed Close Where do these formulas for an object being pushed up an incline come from?
Mar
3
reviewed Close Gaussian Integral by Substitution
Mar
3
reviewed Leave Open Hypersurface Normal
Mar
3
reviewed Leave Open How explain this perturbing equation about the 43 arcseconds?
Mar
2
reviewed Close Relative motion and how to calculate magnitude and velocity of objects relative to different given objects
Mar
2
reviewed Close Circular motion, deciding what the tangential speed must be to maintain theta
Mar
2
reviewed Close Calculating the velocity needed to make a distance in the horizontal with a given height and no upward motion
Mar
2
reviewed Close Finding an equation to solve for the velocity of a swimmer crossing a river
Mar
2
reviewed Close Horizontal projectile motion, finding the height of the object at a given time.
Mar
1
reviewed Leave Open Loaded die problem
Mar
1
reviewed Edit Ascertain the height an object has fallen from given force exerted and mass
Mar
1
revised Ascertain the height an object has fallen from given force exerted and mass
edited tags
Mar
1
reviewed Close electric charge is a intrinsic property how is there a prpoer way to explain electric charge?