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delta edders primed = gamma (delta edders + v delta edders time)
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delta edders primed = gamma (delta edders + v delta edders speed)
you'v lost me completly, this must be one of those intellectual discussions i keep hearng about lol,(it's just cuz i'm dumb)
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you'v lost me completly, this must be one of those intellectual discussions i keep hearng about lol,(it's just cuz i'm dumb)
it's a bit of transformations for relativity.
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it's a bit of transformations for relativity.
see your smart and probably studies chem,bio physics one of the three at uni wereas i didn't but wished i had.
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see your smart and probably studies chem,bio physics one of the three at uni wereas i didn't but wished i had.
are you doing ppe or something? what college have you applied for / 2nd choice etc

(ps im doing physics duh)
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are you doing ppe or something? what college have you applied for / 2nd choice etc

(ps im doing physics duh)
How does everyone know about this, long story short i took everybodys advice including my teachers and decided to take law at oxford instead of PPE which i loved but didn't go with any of my other subjects, applied at New college and got my acknowledgement today that said my second and third colleges where St.catherines and Lady Margaret Hall
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Do you mean MC^2, or 2MC (MC2)

If you mean MC^2 (MC squared), then as E = MC^2, edders=e

edders = e^2d^2rs

/ both by e makes

ed^2rs=1 (if e not equal to 0)
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edders = tired
what does primed and delta mean pawel?
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edders = tired
what does primed and delta mean pawel?
primed = '
delta = triangle

get it now?
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primed = '
delta = triangle

get it now?
ish lol
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delta = Δ
primed = '
gamma = γ

Δedders' = γ(Δedders + v Δedders_time)
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ish lol
stick to your toryphilia
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(Original post by elpaw)
delta = Δ
primed = '
gamma = γ

Δedders' = γ(Δedders + v Δedders_time)
what does gamma do?
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what does gamma do?
gamma is 1/√(1-v²/c²)

It is the time-dilation effect of a body moving at speed v
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(Original post by elpaw)
stick to your toryphilia
im good at physics really (i have A in a2 maths and physics so cant be that bad) im just not familiar with your notation.
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It's actually = mc^3
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talk bout confusing!!!!!!!!!!1
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delta edders primed = gamma (delta edders + v delta edders time)
Cant edders be modelled with a linear equation?
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Cant edders be modelled with a linear equation?
no

edders is the sum of a remainder of an unbalanced equation inherent to the programming of the Conservative Party. He is the eventuality of an anomaly, which, despite my sincerest efforts, I have been unable to eliminate from what is otherwise a harmony of mathematical precision.
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