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Sep
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on About the complex nature of the wave function?
Sep
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comment Hoop rolling inside a circular hole
It would help to put the sketch in your question. People generally do not like to follow links.
Sep
9
comment Does one really need classical physics in order to understand quantum physics?
Yes, you need it. Because you need to learn the way physicists think. That is different from the way mathematicians think.
Sep
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to measure the pressure on the walls of a potential box by a particle inside?
Sep
8
revised Steady-state adiabatic nozzle, unknown exit velocity & temperature
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Sep
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comment A problem says : a car starts from rest and undergoes a constant acceleration. It travels 5 m in the…?
This might be a duplicate: What is the intuition behind $gt^2/2$ equalling the distance something falls after $t$ seconds?
Sep
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Question on conduction
Sep
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on Enthalpy Change in Reversible, Isothermal Expansion of Ideal Gas
Sep
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revised Enthalpy Change in Reversible, Isothermal Expansion of Ideal Gas
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Sep
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the equation for the tension on the ends of a cable suspended at different heights?
Sep
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Potential difference between point on surface and point on axis of uniformly charged cylinder
Sep
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Potential difference between point on surface and point on axis of uniformly charged cylinder
Sep
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reviewed Close When sliding down steep hill, is it safer to go down back or front against the hill?
Sep
7
comment Autocorrelation function for deterministic nonlinear dynamical systems
The autocorrelation you show looks a bit weird to me. I would expect it to be maximum at $\tau=0$ (by definition) and periodic with the same period of your $x$. Also, didn't you mean to write $\dfrac{d\mathbf{x}}{dt}$ in your equation?
Sep
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reviewed Close Why are orbits elliptical?
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Sep
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How was the definition and the formula of work derived? Is it the best possible?
Sep
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reviewed No Action Needed How many molecules rub off when I press a key?
Sep
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Conservation of momentum but not kinetic energy in inelastic collisions
Sep
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on What happens in electron-electron collisions?