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does anyone here try teaching others as a method of learning?
for some years now when i wanted to revise for a test, i would get up and start walking back and forth and explaining whatever i was studying at the moment
i would do pretty good, considering i was studying in the eve
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is the 90 of learning done by teaching true or just placebo?

also whats /sci/'s opinion on mechE?
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>>8524118

I would have to agree to a certain extent with the image, generally when you teach people you have to break something down and explain concepts differently if people don't understand.

Plus it makes you do your homework otherwise you look like a chode.
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>>8524118
What's MechE?

On the main topic(ish), IMHO i think teaching others is a great reinforcement tool, but you kinda need to know your stuff in the first place and it's not really a way to first get your understanding.

When i do exam review, group discussion and mutual teaching seem best for me, though each person does learn in their own way. In teaching, some people are more concerned with talking (both too much and too little) to get or give much from teaching others
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>>8524118

I am studying to become a teacher and it has considerably sped up my learning while also making it more efficient. I often even try to look at new material from the angle of "explaining it to someone else in my mind" - just to check if I got it or not. If not, I pretty much just found out where I am still unclear.

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Theoretical and practical knowledge to be able to make inventions out of new science. Whats the path?
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Study really hard. Intuition plays a part but without knowledge you will get nowhere.
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>>8524036
Have $20,000 to file a patent.

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Is chemistry a meme degree?
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>>8523943
yes
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>>8523945
t. physicist
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>>8523950
Actually I'm a chemistry major

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I'm short, partly due to genetics and otherwise.

My girlfriend is even shorter than me.

If we have children, could we give them them HGH to boost them up a bit?

This is a legit question. Being short is not bad, except for finding a mate, which is, let's face it, a pretty important part of everyone's life. I don't want my children to resent me for bringing them in this world with such a disadvantage.
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>when barron trump is only ten and he's already taller than you
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well doctors used to hand out hgh kids all the time if they weren't a certain height by a certain age

then they stopped

I suppose you can convince a doctor to do it nowadays in non essential situations but I'm guessing you have to be Uber rich
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>>8522120

Reading about it casually, it seems like HGH injections only have a drastic affect if for some reason the child has very low HGH. Otherwise it's a very minor improvement (around two inches).

I think I need to bring up this issue with my gf. Not sure how well it will go down. I might just end up winning the Darwin Award.

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Where did it go?
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>>8520982
It quantum tunneled into your mom's pussy,
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>>8520982
It hit the glass dome.
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What are the dangers of an MRI?
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It might detect that you're a faggot
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>>8520546
I may be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that the only ever true possible genotoxicity ever shown was some half assed study basically blasting lymphocytes in vivo with really high levels of RF waves and static magnetic fields, which went back to normal levels permanently within 24 hours, or directly after exposure ended. I don't remember. Also, it can dislodge the crystals in your inner ear labyrinth due to some electrical something or other.

this is other than obvious shit like leaving some metal object...
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>>8520546
HYPERSPEED

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can someone teach me differential equations
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>>8524979
khan academy dot org
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>>8524986

but they're not laced with memes
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A differential equation is an equation containing one or more derivatives of one or more variables with respect to one or more independent variables.

The rest is just about how can you manipulate them mathematically to obtain the variables as a function of the independent variables

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What's the mathematical difference between a struck and a plucked string? How come pianos and harpsichords sound so different...
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>>8524633
The initial conditions obviously. Actually string mechanics is a little more complicated than baby's first parabolic PDE though.
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>>8524633
I learned about the one-dimensional version of this PDE 2 weeks ago, cool stuff
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>>8524633
Wow op fuck off, this equation is so aesthetically unpleasant to look at, the way it is written. Kill yourself, bye

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So I'm finding that I'm pretty good at math when I really dedicate myself to it like i have the last few semesters, and I'm considering switching my major to math because i like doing it. What are the job prospects for someone who's pretty good at math?

Or should i stick to comp sci so i can find a job?
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>>8517944
maths more job prospects than compsci.
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Pic related: my face when i complete a proof with an especially illuminating logical relationship.
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>>8517950
How so? It seems like it's all academia/actuarial/business related. Not that those are terribly bad, just doesn't seem like there's a lot out there.

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Dna counts as automated learning (on a large time scale), right?
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>>8524743

Have sex with a woman, force her to give birth. Indoctrinate the child.
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>>8524800
That's just normal intelligence

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Are gender roles cultural or they have biological basis?
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both
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>>8524650
A bit of both.
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>>8524650

very difficult, bordering on impossible to parcel out the contributions. I tend to think it is environmentally very flexible and you can see that even by just observing other primates and mammals. However, there are biological differences in the sexes so it is logical to think there are some psychological differences (we already see this in some hormones/neurotransmitters) and that these have some effect or predispositon on social structure out of implications from sexual selection and parental investment. I do...
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Is the area left and right of the visible spectrum packed with dozens of colors that human brain can't imagine because of our eyes' limitations or if we were able to see much wider spectrum (let's say everything between 1nm and 1mm) it would be just same old red to viotel bunch, only stretched to fit?
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>>8524266
>to violet*
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>>8524266


If i told you the truth THEY would probably kill me.
shhhhhhhhh
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>>8524266
>same old red to viotel bunch
wouldn't this just depend on how our hypothetical eyes/brains were constructed to perceive?

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IT'S FUCKING HAPPENING

http://www.forbes.com/sites/briankoberlein/2016/11/19/nasas-physics-defying-em-drive-passes-peer-review/

EMDRIVE WORKS
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>>8524257
No it doesn't. The methodology is valid, doesn't mean the results are. Move along, you cretinous fuckwits.
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>>8524287
Do you have a single fact that backs this up?
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Also - anyone has any info about that CubeSat with EM drive? I can't find any sources online.

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So I don't know if this is going to gtet a bunch of trolls or real answers, but I really would like to hear some opinions of regular peope and get a quicker response.

I am considering writing a story that would have the main character have telekinesis, and the co-main character having pyrokinesis. I was considering a slightly more scientific (probably something between a 2 and a 3 on the moh's scale of science fiction hardness) approach to the telekinesis where the main character absorbs kinetic energy and stores it to redistribute later.

My question...
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>>8524090
Why doesnt the character with telekinesis just win every fight by crushing the opponents brain.
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>>8524093
Thanks for the idea, might use that midway through, but I gotta make it tougher than just that to keep the story interesting. I plan to have the opponents have their own defenses to keep it from going Mary Sue.
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>>8524090

What defense is there to that though?
"Oh, I'm just gonna crush those veins in your brain and you die".

As an RPGer, I've always found manipulating kinetic energy to be bullshit, coz you can pretty much manipulate the energy and position of atoms.
Make artificial gravity by moving things superfast in a localised space. Crush, scatter or disintegrate things by imparting energy to atoms. Move fast by imparting energy on me and my surroundings. Halt harmful objects in their tracks....
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Can some neurologist/brain scientist here explain why its so difficult to find out how our brain functions? Surely after decades of analysis on neural patterns, obvious things should arise that give us a mechanical process to how the brain functions?

Or is it difficult because of you ask someone to think about trees twice for instance, the set of data in both records would be completely different?
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It's difficult because of the level of complexity.

The rudimentary AI we've created so far is already too complex to "understand" how it actually functions. As a result we don't even know how that works, never mind a human brain.
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>>8524063
But its not so complex in a way that it appears incredibly random does it? for example, if you think about trees, a certain pattern of neurons should fire right? and if you think about trees the majority of the same neurons should fire again, I don't know if its true, but I doubt that thinking about the same thing twice should result in two totally different results.

After looking at this concept with more detail and probing shouldnt we be able to draw any conclusions?
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>>8524058

The brain is a spiritual and not purely physical process. Even the ancient Greeks knew that.

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Finally homeopathy gets regulated, like it should have been before like they tried also with vitamins, but that failed before, let' see if people can read and if Europe will follow suit.

https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2016/11/ftc-issues-enforcement-policy-statement-regarding-marketing
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>>8523801
something like 98% of people who buy homeopathic shit already know that it is not scientifically proven to work
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>>8523838
I have been given this stuff for all my infancy (plus antibiotics but whatever), my mother and brother whom I do not consider unreasonable people use them.
I remember when I needed some cough syrup she gave me an homeopathic one, didn't work, she still bought another one.
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>>8523801

This will just make lay people distrust science even more

Get me to Mars and back with enough fuel and a spacecraft that is affordable for NASA.
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>>8523794
>Get me to Mars and back with enough fuel and a spacecraft that is affordable for NASA.

That's easy...

wait, is your survival essential for this mission?

Because if we just loaded you up into a little coffin thing, we could probably use a long term Hohmann Transfer with a RTG powered ion drive to get you there in less than a decade, and then do a gravity transfer back to an earth intercepting orbit, followed by lithobraking.

Although, it would be easier...
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>>8524099
(continued)

Sorry, that was kind of morbid, wasn't it?

The realities of space travel in interplanetary distances, ESPECIALLY when you are talking about long term life support accommodations, are tricky, costly, and complex.

Probes are significantly cheaper and easier, because crew, crew spaces, rations, air supply, water, filtration, rad-hardening, artificial gravity (yes, you WILL need it for interplanetary voyages), etc, weigh a LOT, and significantly impact your spacecrafts propellant ratio.

This...
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>>8524107
There are other theories concerning lift off from terra, (besides just straight up rockets), that are currently being researched/developed.

The "Skylon" spaceplane (pic related) uses an innovative hybrid engine concept, centered around the supercooled, turbocompression of incoming air to mix with onboard fuel, thus reducing it's propellant fraction (weight saving) and allowing a single stage to orbit style configuration.

Research into controlled fusion reactions (stellorator, laser confinement,...
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How do people who aren't the best at math even get a college fucking degree mates? Like today you are basically screwed bc math is in everything.
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>>8523620
>Like today you are basically screwed bc math is in everything.


people like you are meant to be wage slaves, doing the jobs we haven't made robots for yet.

Know your place, the sooner you accept it the sooner you can kill yourself.
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>>8523638

Didn't say I was bad at it faggot. I just hear multiple people always complaining about so I came here for everyones thoughts.
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>>8523638
He's right. Math is in everything. There's no way around it.

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So do companies care about the name of your school more or do they care more about research and published papers? I am deciding on whether to go to a big name school full of like 30,000 chinese where it's very hard to get into any research programs or to go to a more low populated school with a smaller name where I will probably actually get research opportunities (I'm in community college).
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The name of your school may effect where you can get papers published. That said, a research pipeline is also quite important.
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>>8523667
Tell me a bit about yourself. What is your experience with research opportunities?
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>>8523705
My experience is that I don't like publishing QUALITY research papers for the sake of publishing papers, nor do I like having vindictive assholes with inflated egos run my life all for the chance to get the exciting opportunity hone my grant writing skills for the next few decades.

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Can we have a mu/sci/ thread?

Lets talk about patterns, frequencies, tech and new artists doing crazy shit that is /sci/ related.
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entry-level:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iannis_Xenakis
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aphex_Twin
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karlheinz_Stockhausen
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>>8523579
My main inspiration when it comes to the music i produce is Aphex Twin, currently trying to use pictures as patterns to create rhythms:
>see the banner
https://soundcloud.com/testdemopage121

Hadn't heard of Iannis before thank you...
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>>8523574
bump

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Dear Anonymous,

Please dispense all of yourrrr mathematical puzzles in this thread.

Thank you,
Anonymous
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>>8523504
1+1=

(a) 0

(b) 1

(c) 3

(d) -1/12
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B.

Its either correct, or it isn't.
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Do you get more rain on you when you travel faster?

For example, I noticed when riding on my motorcycle I get less wet than normal.

Can you do a triple integral and solve this problem?
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>>8523268
Depends. If you ride for the same amount of time in non angled rain, faster will get you wetter
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Yes because you cover more area
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>>8524142
Also the wind is drying and moving some of the water off you when you on the bicycle

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Source A
06:12, 06:16
06:12
1 The root digit; a point or a circle, not a duet. Black standard – hover.
2 The fount. Opposite, and polar – the line.
3 The minor – triangular. Wit, a tutor of the second – a quiver.
4 Major, or the square: a fix, a gradient – a scale. Skeleton.
5 Minute integer; agent of a quartet. A note on a blank canvas – a pin.
6 Naught. screw.
7 The enigma; corrival for the root digit. Sinister asylum, the lens.
8 Eclipse number. Opulent mien – a lever.
9 Bone – immaturity. The phobia, temper; a nexus.
10...
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In reference to {Source A}, I will now show axioms for each number in the form of Hard Problems.
A point, or, a circle; the descript. THE UNIVERSAL HARD PROBLEM, "a factor is understood logically or creatively"; further, all existence is a point in time, or part of nature, not the duet (i.e. never a point in time and part of nature).
Opposite, and polar; THE VIOLENT HARD PROBLEM. You may not know another, 100%, only 3/4. We are opposite and polar, when you and another connect, you both remain different.
triangular; CREATING A HARD PROBLEM. Simple. "Simple"...
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Truf
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I got my swagga back, truf.

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>p-values
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>women
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>>8523169
seconded.
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>>8523169
amen, don't need any of that.

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AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

AMAZING

WHERE DID ALL THOSE GRAVITRONS GO?

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA

HISTORY
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>>8522948
checkmate atheists
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Parallel worlds?
The consequences of this are incalculable
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What am I looking at?

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why this isn't true
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>inb4 le muh pics from space meme
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>>8522938
horizon
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Truth is overrated.

What predictions does your model make that are not present in and/or simpler to find than the currently accepted model?

guys im high and i scribbled this

what do you think it's about
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Looks like a population growth problem or a statistics/thermo problem
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>>8522827
Its about the watermelonine levels on different crops of watermelons and you are a nigger
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>>8522827

minimisation of free energy using variational bayes

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Why does yellow and blue make green? I mean, I can easily see orange as the combination of red and yellow, because you can think about orange as a yellower version of red or a reddish version of yellow, and the same goes with purple, you can easily see that purple is the combination of red and blue because you can see purple as a bluer version of red or a reddish version of blue. With yellow and blue, however, I can't imagine green being a yellower version of blue or a bluish version of yellow. It doesn't make sense.
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>>8522776
I've had this thought too. Pretty interesting.
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Its subtraction just like red and yellow picatature related
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>>8522776
Your eyes have Red, Blue, and Green cones. So it's easy for your brain to imagine Purple as a combination because it IS a combination. It's a bit harder for your brain to imagine Orange as a combination but it's still possible because it's still a combination of Green cones and Red cones. Imagining Green as a combination is impossible because according to our eyes (and brain) it just IS.

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Why is it when you use the energy method equation and the D'Alembert's principle tractive effort equation you get the same results?
energy method equation:
W=mgΔh+1/2m(V^2-u^2)+(Frd)
D'Alembert's:
F=mg*sin(theta)+ma+Fr
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>>8522517
Sauce
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>>8522517
who dis?
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>>8522517
What's the story behind this? What the fuck

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If f(x) is a twice differentiable function: the number of points of inflection on f(x) is equal to n - 1, where n = the number of mins and maxes added together.
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Does this hold up?
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Concavity changes at relative extrema.
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>>8522371
Concavity changes at points of inflection.


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