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reviewed Leave Closed To Annamitra Palit re capacitor discharge
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reviewed Close A universe from nothing
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reviewed Close A ball is dropped from the roof of a building. How fast is it moving after 4.9 seconds? (Absolute value)
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revised Advanced kinematics problem regarding $F = ma$
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revised A ball is dropped from the roof of a building. How fast is it moving after 4.9 seconds? (Absolute value)
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comment How fast until you feel wind in space?
Related: physics.stackexchange.com/q/25378/2451
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revised Computer coding of Perdew Burke and Ernzerho (PBE) method
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revised A universe from nothing
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revised Is there any simulation program for electrostatic and magnetostatic fields?
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revised What made Einstein to figure out speed of light is constant?
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revised Confusion about Gauss's law for Electrostatics
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revised Could galactic rotation be similar to an irrotational vortex?
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revised Unitarity and renormalizability
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reviewed Leave Closed Electric Flux. Integral of $E$ with respect to $A$ is equal to TOTAL Electric FLUX?
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revised Two Dimensional Kinematics and Projectile motion
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comment Two Dimensional Kinematics and Projectile motion
Hi jdreamin. Please don't repost a closed question in a new entry. Instead, you are supposed to edit the original question within the original entry.
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reviewed Leave Closed Projectile motion help needed
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revised Potential Differences (Voltage) from Point Charges
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revised Convex and Concave Bridges forces
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comment To Annamitra Palit re capacitor discharge
This question (v1) seems to be related to this Phys.SE answer.