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    Where can I learn Quick math - Help

    Where can I learn "Quick" math - Help Hi, I don't mave MUCH of a Math back ground, mainly math used for the line of work I am in (Currency Analyst) and programming. However, i was just inspired by a film I watched about a math expert, who can do calculations in his head like 89 x 437, in...
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    Financial Math - For people who need help with Financial math related problems.

    This is a spawn from the suggestion forum where I suggested we start a Financial Math/engineering sub-forum in the math section. I am just testing the waters to see if there is enough interest in financial related math/engineering. I am able to answer any qustions regarding Financial...
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    Maybe a Financial Math section?

    I was thinking it would be a good idea if this forum has a little sub-forum for financial math or financial engineering? We could include algorithms, and advanced models and a whole bunch of things that are related to financial math. I have the credentials to mod it, but of course don't...
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    Chernobyl The steps of Chernobyl and effects of radiation

    Hi there, Can anyone answer a few questions I have about chernobyl and related. I am doing some research on something related, and its hard to get good information about this. Here they are. 1) - Can someone explain the steps of the disaster? I mean, lets say is the cooling system failed...
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    When an object hits the ground - ?

    Hi everyone. I am doing research for a technical analysis study, and I need a little help. What determines the amount of "bounce" an objects creates when it hits the ground? Now, this object is a perfect shape hitting a even floor, so the angle should have nothing to do with it...
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    Help - Explain physics of fluids

    Hi everyone, I need some help from some of you for a little research I am doing. I am trying to figure out the Physics of Fluid running down a uneven surface, like water running down the windshield of your car. Seemingly random and yes with a degree of randomness but also with a degree...
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    Newbie help - Passion for physics

    Newbie help - Passion for physics :) Hi everyone. I am a investment/finance/technical market specialist, so basically I deal with technical analysis in certain markets. Far from anything related to physics (although I deal with allot of math), but I have a GREAT passion for physics, and...
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