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  1. What is the meaning behind multiplication in physics? Is multiplication in physics purely mathematical or there is a physical explanation to it? How do we explain the product for example, s=v.t? Is there any meaning behind this? For example, I can say that "Distance is defined as the product of velocity 'times' time"? But what does this even mean?
  2. I have been set the following piece of work which I have mostly done, I have worked out the amount of particles hitting the disk but am unsure on how to continue to work out the number of particles hitting the back of the ring, any help would be appreciated, thank you
  3. I have been set the following piece of work which I have mostly done, I have worked out the amount of particles hitting the disk but am unsure on how to continue to work out the number of particles hitting the back of the ring, any help would be appreciated, thank you
  4. Hello, I will try to explain the topic title to the best of my ability . We shall start by placing three different values in a row . Numbered 1,2 and 3 . 123 We shall then hide the values and randomly mix up the positions, leaving 3 values but now in unknown position. XXX I shall now offer you the first on the left unknown value . P1=1/3 P2=1/3 P3=1/3 Before I continue, are we all in agreement with the probability stated, that the 1st value on the left has an equal 1/3 chance of being either 1,2 or 3?
  5. Hello all, I have come to this forum for some maths help as this forum seems very professional in keeping threads on topic. The problem is of a statistic and probability nature that involves calculus and time and physical process. To start the topic I will call it a paradox and look for agreement with this simple example. We have 3 sets of the values 1 and 2 , we will call the entirety of each set , meaning chance, distance, time, values, the x-axis X1=12 X2=12 X3=12 We can say that P(1)/X1=1/2 P(1)/X2=1/2 P(1)/X3=1/2 P(2)/X1=1/2 P(2)/X2=1/2 P(2)/X3=1/2 mean
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