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#133 - AMATORY
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(03/19/2013) [-]
Hmmm.. mass times potato divided by escape velocity equals abracadabra you say? Yes, intadesting...
#115 - casadue
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(03/18/2013) [-]
well i'm not a physicist nor a physics theacher, but we use the ' x ' to multiply in the primary schools, and then just a dot or nothing at all.
#116 to #115 - anon
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(03/18/2013) [-]
Dot is technically vector notation which would be fine for most of these values but is incorrect for pure scalars..
#128 to #116 - casadue
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(03/18/2013) [-]
in my country it's the opposite: nothing for pure scalars, dot for scalar multiplication between vectors and 'x' for vectorial multiplication
#106 - doyoulikeapizza
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(03/18/2013) [-]
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#104 - gomugomuno ONLINE
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(03/18/2013) [-]
i learned a lot of this during physics A-level. i wish i choose physics at uni instead of engineering now. so much more intresting and fun
#98 - thefuzzywalrus
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(03/18/2013) [-]
what i didnt understand?...... all of it...... just all of it
#134 to #98 - anon
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(04/05/2013) [-]
i was to busy trying to work out why that was on a mug....
#70 - davisdamen
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(03/18/2013) [-]
in all of that, "SQRT" stands out the most
#68 - barstoolninja
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(03/18/2013) [-]
I'm not 100% certain, but:
first one:( mass*escape speed^2) = Gravitational potential energy. its a kinetic energy equation. dealing with velocity needed to escape the gravitational pull.
2-4(?)) all deal with gravity, radius, escape speed, and launch angle
5(?)) ???
6)Nm=velocity / light speed (chemistry equation)
7) light speed = root(k*R*Temperature) k and R are chemistry constants.
8?)force = work x escape speed + (P(earth) - P(applied)) x A(earth)
9(?)) momentum = mass x Velocity
last one: force = derivative of momentum

Most of this is from 1st/2nd level college level physics and chemistry classes.

huh... all these pre-req. engineering courses are finally paying off.
#77 to #68 - appleboom
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(03/18/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure 5 is a definition of e, a mathematical constant similar to pi.
#80 to #68 - davidispissed
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(03/18/2013) [-]
those are the calculations involved in launching an object out of the solar system. The cup is from members of the Voyager program.
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#63 - anon
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(03/18/2013) [-]
All I know is the first one is the gravitational constant equation, and the second to last one is momentum. weh i am uneducated
#58 - hideyowives
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(03/18/2013) [-]
well i am not on this level, and im not sure i want to be, i mean i guess knowing any of this would be nice, mark of pride, but what does a average crazy person like me need any knowledge of rocket science?
#54 - anon
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(03/18/2013) [-]
its only complex because of the lack of words. the math is all relatively simple. its just all put together to look complex
#49 - anon
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(03/18/2013) [-]
c=sqrt cum equalls squirt, figured it out.
#36 - anon
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(03/18/2013) [-]
A lot of these are Electrical, and i also saw Bernoulli's equation. A lot of dorky nonsense honestly.
#32 - thisusernameisalie
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#96 - makethingsworse
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(03/18/2013) [-]
I don't even have to look at the comments to know what they consist of. I'm not much of a math person, but I am pretty good at predicting what people do.

TL;DR: You're all a bunch of nerds.
#94 - trickytrickster
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(03/18/2013) [-]
There isn't anything that complicated here. There are even some really simple equations like p=mv and c=sq(krt). There is like maybe some very simple calc/trig in there at most with the sin2 and stuff.