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Apr
30
comment solving equation with variable on both sides
just treat it like x^2+x+a=0?
Apr
30
comment solving equation with variable on both sides
@carmichael561 Does my new equation look ok? How would I solve for it thought?
Apr
30
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30
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Mar
15
revised solving ode for cylindrical and planar cases
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Mar
15
comment solving ODE with power law solution
I see, thanks! Could you take a look here math.stackexchange.com/questions/1699005/… it is very related question but for cylindrical and planar. Not sure how to approach since there are move variables that just R
Mar
15
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15
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Mar
15
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Mar
15
comment solving ODE with power law solution
I see, if I put into wolfram I Get alpha = 2/5
Mar
15
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Mar
15
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Feb
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18
revised Integral and Limit derivation with volume, and density
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18
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Feb
16
comment drawing a circle between spheres
@Lovsovs i think so, so that is the radius of the largest circle we could draw in the void?
Feb
15
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Feb
15
comment drawing a circle between spheres
@Lovsovs Yes, that is what I mean. (sorry i wasnt clearer)
Feb
15
comment drawing a circle between spheres
@Lovsovs Just imagine two rows (Though there could be more). The number of Rows does not necessarily matter. Just imagine a close packed system. Here is a link that shows the close-pack system: chemistry.osu.edu/~woodward/ch754/str_cp.htm
Feb
15
asked drawing a circle between spheres