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I guess its part of maths, can I?
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m2 > m1 so m1/m2 < 1 ?
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m2 > m1 so m1/m2 < 1 ?
Seriously, is this where I post it or another subforum?
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Seriously, is this where I post it or another subforum?
You can ask mechanics questions here - assuming this is what you are talking about?
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You can ask mechanics questions here - assuming this is what you are talking about?
Yes, ok
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I guess its part of maths, can I?
You're funny :3
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You're funny :3
Did you guys think it was a trick question?
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Did you guys think it was a trick question?
No, MrM is just humorous.
Did you think that it should go in physics, or something?
Sometimes they might be best helping with M5 or something but otherewise M1,M2 is fine here.
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