No, just meant that the research I am doing, the out-come can only be a movement up or down.
Sorry for being so vague, but it's kind of hard to explain. Maybe if I explain the research a little more.
Let's say you are charting something that is seemingly random, but with some...
Great, thank you for that reply!
Do you know, or know a site that can explain in detail this principle? I need to know this principle and type of physics in great detail, as my research, funny enough, is based on an object hitting the ground :)
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...
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...