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Not sure which kind they would be under ... but they involve amount of work with 3-D shapes, and springs. Erm... which kind(s) would that be?
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bring bring
hello?
yes, i'll just pass you over.
its your mom.,
are you ok?? Have you been indulging in a slight tipple there?
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Selkie have you met the dreaded upside down triangle yet? I suspect not but I pity you if you have
Haha, no clue. We're doing cones though, (not that it's the same thing.)
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are you ok?? Have you been indulging in a slight tipple there?
what. im fine? the phone rang. it was your mother. she wants her shoes back.
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It wasnt a waste of time. We found out that watches are radioactive :eek:
Thats true... and a number of other things... though nothing relevant to our GCSE physics course!
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what. im fine? the phone rang. it was your mother. she wants her shoes back.
Were they ruby slippers perhaps? (Or if we go by the novel, silver.)
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To update you we are simultaneously discussing the wonders of Muse, physics & English
All .....wondrous :confused:
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Not sure which kind they would be under ... but they involve amount of work with 3-D shapes, and springs. Erm... which kind(s) would that be?
I dont know to be honest. Most work questions involve line integrals cos you evaluate the work done at each point & then sum them up so work is usually given by integral of F .dr
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Were they ruby slippers perhaps? (Or if we go by the novel, silver.)
sawa dica. chen chu izzy
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Anyhow lets now make an effort to get off the subject of physics. I spend enough time doing it as it is without bringing it up by choice. Besides its not fair to put its evilness onto you guys.
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I dont know to be honest. Most work questions involve line integrals cos you evaluate the work done at each point & then sum them up so work is usually given by integral of F .dr
Heh... that sounds familiar. They're probably just linear integral ones. So what are surface integral work questions like then?
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sawa dica. chen chu izzy
You know I worry about you :confused:
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Anyhow lets now make an effort to get off the subject of physics. I spend enough time doing it as it is without bringing it up by choice. Besides its not fair to put its evilness onto you guys.
And I was just getting into the physics discussion!
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sawa dica. chen chu izzy
Sorry, didn't quite get that.
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I know this has nothing to do with whatever it is you are talking about (i didnt read it :p: )

But i just got back from Greenday (supported by NFG) and it ruled

thats about all, my legs hurt and im going to have dinner
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Heh... that sounds familiar. They're probably just linear integral ones. So what are surface integral work questions like then?
they arent work really. Surface integrals are taken over spheres & stuff to find the area. Multiple integrals of which surface integrals are a part is what it says. These are what enable you to actually prove the volume of a sphere
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And I was just getting into the physics discussion!
No carry on if you want to. Its just I dont want to bore everybody with the joys of mathematical physics
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We've already done some "surface-like integral problems" but they didn't involve work.
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I know this has nothing to do with whatever it is you are talking about (i didnt read it :p: )

But i just got back from Greenday (supported by NFG) and it ruled

thats about all, my legs hurt and im going to have dinner
Lucky git
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I know this has nothing to do with whatever it is you are talking about (i didnt read it :p: )

But i just got back from Greenday (supported by NFG) and it ruled

thats about all, my legs hurt and im going to have dinner
Lucky you. Apparently Green Day are such a cool live band. They are a great band anyway so I bet live they are unbelievable
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