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Graduated with a degree in Theoretical Physics from Lancaster University. Now work as a engineer at a nuclear plant programming the reactor computers.
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There are a lot of definitions in Euclid's Elements. It'll be very hard to go through every one of them. To actually read Euclid's Elements yourself, you can go... 
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a) In any closed system, momentum is conserved. The momentum of a body is calculcated by multiplying the mass and velocity of the body together. `P=mv` If you have two bodies colliding (lets call... 
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One way to imagine this question is as a quadrilateral. You're given 3 sides and you've been asked to calculate the remaining side.To do this, sum up the 3 sides you know, and what remains will be... 
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The magnetic field around a permanent magnet is the strongest closest to the poles. One of the ways of imagining a magnetic field is that the magnetic field is represented by magnetic flux lines.... 
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A rectangular wall encloses an area of `A=lxxw` where l is the length of the rectangle and w is the width. The perimeter of this wall is `P=2(l+w)=1050ft` . This can be rearranged as `w=1050/2l`...
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