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A Flash AS3.0/AS2.0 Developer. Have experience into building multiplayer games with Smartfox.

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Mar
15
asked Is passing on knowledge/information from one body to another and the resultant state is ever studied as any branch of physics?
Nov
20
comment Why force $F$ is $ma$ but not $md$ or $mv$? How can I observe and understand “force” in real life?
hmm... well, yes, it was silly me, where i am not involving the importance of time. As clearly enough, if two quantities with same mass and same displacement need to be compared for the force, then it's time, which will be deciding factor, which force is gonna be greater than the other. :) Thanks for the explanation :)
Nov
20
accepted Why force $F$ is $ma$ but not $md$ or $mv$? How can I observe and understand “force” in real life?
Nov
20
comment Why force $F$ is $ma$ but not $md$ or $mv$? How can I observe and understand “force” in real life?
Well, i understand, that i cannot debate against hundreds of years of studies developed by geniuses .. but frankly what seems more intuitive to me, is that the force with which i hit, ofcourse involves the quantities like mass and displacement. But why time is important here.. is something, i need to contemplate upon! :P
Nov
20
comment Why force $F$ is $ma$ but not $md$ or $mv$? How can I observe and understand “force” in real life?
So, if my velocity is constant, then i am not applying any force. How come this is similar to real life scenario ?
Nov
20
asked Why force $F$ is $ma$ but not $md$ or $mv$? How can I observe and understand “force” in real life?
Jul
18
accepted Velocity is “Distance/Time” in a particular direction OR simply “Displacement/Time”?
Jul
12
asked Velocity is “Distance/Time” in a particular direction OR simply “Displacement/Time”?
Jun
6
comment What is the direction of a point vector. A vector with magnitude 0?
Ya, so as per the last paragraph, a quick litmus test to know, if a quantity is vector or scalar.. is to play with it's directions. If the output of the quantity changes with directions, it's vector! Otherwise, it's scalar
Jun
6
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Jun
6
comment What is the direction of a point vector. A vector with magnitude 0?
Not talking about specific example. Also, "0" is something, that always produce unique results. 1/0 , 0/0 etc. What i am asking, is if their is some quantity which doesnot use direction but still is vector. eg. "distance", doesnot use direction but IS SCALAR. Likewise, any example "x", doesnot use direction but IS VECTOR ?
Jun
6
comment What is the direction of a point vector. A vector with magnitude 0?
Any example of vector quantity, that has magnitude only, but no direction ? What i learnt is, if anything doesnot have a direction then it's scalar.
Jun
6
accepted What is the direction of a point vector. A vector with magnitude 0?
Jun
6
comment What is the direction of a point vector. A vector with magnitude 0?
true! I studied that in school time. So, is it not mandatory for vectors to have direction? :p
Jun
6
asked What is the direction of a point vector. A vector with magnitude 0?
Nov
21
accepted Result of increasing the radius of earth?
Nov
18
comment Result of increasing the radius of earth?
added some more information as a base of my question. Does it make sense ? If i really go on increasing the size of earth ( and hence the mass) this way.. 2 times.. 5 times 10 times.. would it really have no impact on the people living on earth ?
Nov
18
revised Result of increasing the radius of earth?
added 489 characters in body
Nov
17
comment Result of increasing the radius of earth?
ya.. increasing radius would be just like adding hundreds of more layer of earth on the present surface.
Nov
17
asked Result of increasing the radius of earth?