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1. I Need Help Clearing For B On An Equation

Consider the movement of the mass and spring with friction A * [e ^ - (b / 2m) t] * cos (sqrt (k / m - (b / 2m) ^ 2)) t + φ) With A = 2m, k = 3N / m, m = 5Kg and φ = 0, we could change to the value of "b" from zero until the oscillations disappear for the first time and the function does not change to negative values. In this case, the friction now has a very noticeable effect: it lengthens the period of the oscillation so much that no oscillations will be seen (T -> infinity). The theory indicates when that should happen. Clear for b from the equation and record the predicted value for
2. Electric Field Due To Dipole

Why component od E perpendicular to r is: Etheta= 1/r*dv/dtheta

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4. Recursive Equation For Identifying The Most Likely Pattern From Input

I recently had to create a bail predictor for work in order to save our underwriters time on finding out exactly what the bail amount is going to be for any given charge. I admit that I took the easy way out on the pattern recognition search algorithm by using exponents, but in the process I discovered something that may be useful in the future. What I did was take an input (like "pattern"), look at its length, and then calculate the length of the input as well as all of the patterns within the input. The recursive math looks something like this. Pattern(length of 7) 7 6,6 5,5,5,5 4,4,4,4,
5. Crowd-Sourcing Of Theory Development

Open source software development has demonstrated that unaffiliated volunteers from all over the world, can produce projects of quality that equals or exceeds that of small(er) groups of paid professionals. The volunteer status of the contributors is only coincidental. The reason for the success of the open-source paradigm of development is that it enables an unlimited number of minds from all over the world, not necessarily affiliated beyond a common interest in the project, to work together. Ideally, everyone, paid as well as volunteer, will contribute merely because they have something to
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