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reviewed Close The minimum force required to lift a triangular prism
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reviewed Edit Meaning of these terms for stress fields?
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revised Meaning of these terms for stress fields?
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comment Programming in physics
Interesting question, but I am afraid it will be closed as primarily opinion based. If not, I can write a long story on my opinion on this issue. Basically do as many physicists do: learn as you need. Most physicists are very lousy programmers, so don't worry to much about it.
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reviewed Close Conservation of angular momentum - exercise
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reviewed Close Find the total current supplied to the circuit
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reviewed Close Semi infinite parallel conductors
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comment Can I do something for being heavier to be lifted?
@GlenTheUdderboat And, standing on one side, it would be easier to lift a 2m stick, than a 4m stick of the same mass.
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reviewed Leave Open Can I do something for being heavier to be lifted?
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reviewed Close waves particle duality of human body
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reviewed Close Simulating the rudder of a ship?
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comment Soliton solution for a diffusive system
Also, this may be more appropriate on the math stackexchange.
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comment Soliton solution for a diffusive system
@sailx Ok, I understand your question better now. You may want to look into the error function, as it might help you. I am however a bit afraid for the quadratic term in the equation.
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answered Soliton solution for a diffusive system
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reviewed Approve Travelling at a relative speed greater than the speed of light
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reviewed Approve Specific heat at constant volume
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reviewed Approve What is the fraction of the incident intensity passing through polarized sheets?
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reviewed Approve Would any interference maxima be missing in the double slit experiment?
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comment How can tangential acceleration from a radial force be explained?
You just give an overview of fictitious forces. I don't see how it answer the question in any specifics way. Therefore I downvoted this answer.
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revised How can tangential acceleration from a radial force be explained?
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