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    (Original post by ThatsAGoodOne349)
    Well, it may seem you turned this to a UCAS thread?
    Spoiler to that effect below.

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    Can I get assistance with a possible thread move? (I know it's not my sector but still
    oh OOOPs sorry (thanks if anyone can help move it)
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    oh OOOPs sorry (thanks if anyone can help move it)
    that's what the spoiler is for
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    I think...

    F = dmv/dt
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    (Original post by boodledoodle123)
    I was looking into Physics courses (peak) and I came across some interesting questions (which lol made me re-evaluate my life choices whoops)
    but what does everyone think when they see the equation

    F = ma

    GO GO GO :bl:
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    (Original post by Slayingrobin)
    Full Metal Alchemist
    is dat anime
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    (Original post by zeldor711)
    I think...

    F = dmv/dt
    Nah

    \underline{F}=m \underline{\ddot{x}}
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    (Original post by RogerOxon)
    Nah

    \underline{F}=m\frac{d^2}{dt^2} \underline{x}
    whOA what does the underlining mean? (like is it for emphasis or am I being daft and it's actually meaningful?)
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    (Original post by boodledoodle123)
    whOA what does the underlining mean? (like is it for emphasis or am I being daft and it's actually meaningful?)
    My notation for a vector.
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    All about this bad boy #EulersIdentity



    f=ma is weak bants
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    (Original post by lolz23489)
    All about this bad boy #EulersIdentity



    f=ma is weak bants
    :lol:

    *is currently weeping over FP2*
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    (Original post by lolz23489)
    All about this bad boy #EulersIdentity



    f=ma is weak bants
    That's not as powerful as (Engineering version ):

    e^{j \theta}=cos{\theta}+j sin{\theta}
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    (Original post by RogerOxon)
    That's not as powerful as (Engineering version ):

    e^{j \theta}=cos{\theta}+j sin{\theta}
    What a beautiful equation :O
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    (Original post by boodledoodle123)
    :lol:

    *is currently weeping over FP2*
    It will be fine!!!
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    (Original post by lolz23489)
    It will be fine!!!
    #pray4boodoo123
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    (Original post by RogerOxon)
    Nah

    \underline{F}=m \underline{\ddot{x}}
    Ah yes, but it does not take into account a change in mass

    (I do prefer the notation though)
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    F=ma to me is remembered by
    Fu*k my as*
 
 
 
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