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- Mon Nov 13, 2017 5:31 pm UTC
- Forum: Science
- Topic: is projectile motion 3 dimensional or 2 dimensional?
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### Re: is projectile motion 3 dimensional or 2 dimensional?

can any one answer this please That depends on the situation: The rock has no momentum. -> It stands still. Dimension = 0 The rock has momentum. -> It flies in a straight line. Dimension = 1 The rock has momentum and is thrown in gravity. -> It flies a downwards-curve. Dimension = 2 The rock has mo...

- Mon Nov 13, 2017 5:01 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Question about mathematical "proof"
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### Re: Question about mathematical "proof"

Sigma is the standard deviation of a Gaussian - don't make a new definition for a "broadness" if an existing concept can work for you. Can the a>threshold condition be related to a condition which was known to be obeyed in the original equation? If not, you are introducing things with thi...

- Mon Nov 13, 2017 3:43 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Alien Mathematics: A Math System Beyond our Comprehension?
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### Re: Alien Mathematics: A Math System Beyond our Comprehension?

No Irrational Numbers: That would be extremely impractical. You get irrational numbers already in a pythagorean triangle. Without irrational numbers you would have to express such a number as an infinite sum of rational numbers. Exponential Numbers: That's just a matter of scaling. They would essen...

- Mon Nov 13, 2017 3:22 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Question about mathematical "proof"
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### Re: Question about mathematical "proof"

It depends on what 'a' represents and on what your equations are. If you won't tell us those things, we can't help you. "a" is the broadness of a gaussian curve. When I introduce a gaussian into the system, the proportion between the other parameters of the other functions and the broadne...

- Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:50 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Question about mathematical "proof"
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### Question about mathematical "proof"

Hi I have been working on a certain proof for a while now, hobby-wise. If my proof is correct, then I have found a shorter and more elegant way to solve an already-solved theorem. - I have an equation consisting of functions, with variables and parameters. There is a claim for the behaviour of this ...