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    (Original post by langlitz)
    I think so I don't think you'd get all the marks for what you wrote in b) though.

    p.s. to write vectors in latex you do \vec{b} for example for a vector \vec{b}
    Thank you for your time and intuitive questions.

    Of no relevance: What do think are the prerequisites to transition into advanced books like Arnold's / Goldstein's/ Landau and Lifshitz's Classical Mechanics from the basic ones like Morin's Introduction to Classical Mechanics? Is one forced to take a break and study some maths book? Thank you.

    (Original post by tangotangopapa2)
    sqrt (L/g) arc cosh (L/ (L-D))
    LOL this is on my 'warm up' problem sheet at oxford xD ( in freshers ) XD
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