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  1. I don't know where to begin, much less solve it.
  2. physics for sure. but that may be due to an interesting way in which my teacher teaches.
  3. wow. i am pretty impressed by the amount of time you put into this post... I gotta say, i kinda gree with you, but american media has been pretty biased from the start. which is why its important to take in as many perspectives as needed. for FOX itself, it ahs gotten worse, but the examples you've picked are of course some of the worst.. most of fox's story have the same american bias, or maybe a tad bit more, that other stations have. Sometimes they do get a bit gung-ho
  4. ive heard the new one thats coming out in 3d is bound to be epic. "Up"
  5. off the top of my head, i think its 1 u = 931.5 MeV / c^2. im pretty sure its in the constant part of the data booklet. EDIT: yea, i was right.
  6. p1 was a beast.. in a good way prose TZ1. a lot of ppl got crazy over it.. i know my friend went into hatches and cold war. feel english was great
  7. yea.. talk about sick. i think i would ahve preferred getting my hopes shatter by p2. oh well. p3 better be nice
  8. wouldnt the actual number of atoms be: for 1kg U-235 (N_A/ 235) * 1000? and likewise for 1 kg C-12 (N_A/12) * 1000
  9. ENTJ ENTJ Extraverted Intuitive Thinking Judging 11 62 25 44
  10. i totally would have agreed wit sandwich... cept its wrong? i swear that was how it was done. soo frustrating
  11. waiiiit it says that the derivation of ln (1/x^2) is 0. isnt it 2x^3 derivative of ln (u) = (1/u) * (du/dx)
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