PHYSICS. . Table held up by : resting on its ailith ecom nonhumans: taking physics Somewhere in the world, El physics professor writes the perfect exam question PHYSICS Table held up by : resting on its ailith ecom nonhumans: taking physics Somewhere in the world El professor writes perfect exam question
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Table held up by : resting on its
ailith ecom nonhumans:
taking physics
Somewhere in the world, El physics professor writes the perfect exam
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Views: 1590 Submitted: 08/27/2014
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#2 - hashtagopinion
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(08/27/2014) [-]
#BugReportToGod
#1 - yuzabeach
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(08/27/2014) [-]
So the buckets together weigh more than, or equal to the table. And seeing as the strings have no slack, it is possible that the table to bucket weight ratio is 1:1 and the weight equilibrium is what is keeping them in this exact position. The other possibility is that the buckets weigh more than the table and the downforce of the buckets is greater than the upforce of the table and having the buckets sitting on the table in each corner like this prevents the actualization of further lift on any side seeing as the weight of the table would be negligible to the total downforce of the buckets, which would imply that the buckets are at least partially filled with a heavy substance. (these assumptions were made based on the assumption that the buckets are at least partially filled and the table is constructed of a somewhat heavy hardwood like oak or mahogany instead of compressed board or pine)
User avatar #3 to #1 - trollchildxy
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(08/28/2014) [-]
TLDR; ΣofBuckets >= Table

Thats literally all you had to say. That's it.
#4 to #3 - yuzabeach
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(08/28/2014) [-]
Maybe, but I try to answer questions before they are asked so I don't have to keep coming back to explain things to people.
User avatar #5 to #4 - trollchildxy
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(08/28/2014) [-]
Answering an unasked question seems a bit presumptuous to me.
#6 to #5 - yuzabeach
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(08/28/2014) [-]
True, but I deal with having to argue back and forth with (he who shall not be named) quite often, so I tend to over explain somewhat. Or in this case, now that I have reread it again, quite obsessively. lel