so how wring would it be to assume that the air in the glass has the same compressibiliity as the air around us. Would it be valid for making a simplified model..?
so you say that the air is liquid? Sounds interesting... But doesnt the temperature of air has to be quite low in order to be liquid??
Also, would it be valid to do the following:
Lets say we have the compressibility of air (C.a) and the compressibility of water (C.w)... If we are given...
I have a question regarding a project I am working with currently....
Air that is dissolved in water (there always is around 0,004% I think, in normal pressure and 20 degress celsius), is it "physically dissolved"? I mean is the dissolved air still gas or is just air-molecules "trapped"...
I'm currently studying the phenomena of air bubbles in water affecting the sound (as it affects the speed of sound) produced in the water... I actually have a model for how the speed of sound should alter with the amount of air in it...
but I've got som problem with a thing I found out...
that helped alot:)
was wondeirng further, what would happen if there would be two liquids with different salinity instead.. they would although thermal equlibrium not have same density... so would they mix-up by diffusion eventually by time?
I have always wondered why liquids of different densities dont mix up if put together with caution. As if you have a glass halffilled with cold water, you can with caution add another layer of warm water above the cold. You will see a clear boundry between the layers.
Is this something with...
i just read through this thread (breifly, so excuse me if I repeat something), and couldnt resit posting my opinion....
I belive that the paper will Not bend... argument are given that it has a distribution of mass, and that this will cause the paper to bend. But that isnt true at all, as...
i just discovered a cool thing.. if we use this instead:
(1+\sqrt{2})^{n}
than we will get the cool thing that, at n= even numbers, we will get an answer just below an integer with 999999........ as decimals...
but if we have n= odd number, the answer will be just above and integer with...
didnt find anything corresponding on that link (might have missed it)...
quite a fasciniating number...impressive..
i dont get \frac{a + \sqrt{b}}{c}...
becase if i set a=4 b=5 c=6 I dont get that sort of cool number... actually, i didnt get any number like that by that method. what did you...
I "threw" zero off, not onto, the line of numbers....
I'll let zero exist as a concept but not as a number. So when you subtract tvo equal numbers you get the concept zero, which is nothing. Similarly, if someone asks how many points exist on a line, the asnwer will be the concept infinity...
I'll have to confess that that is a little problemtaic.... but for the moment, let just throw the result of x-x of the line of numbers... if something equal nothing, it doesnt exist on the line... at least for the moment... will think if I can get a better solution...
when I said that it has to be defined I dont mean that you can just insert any variable as an answer. The answer we get should be on th line of numbers (including the line of complex numbers)... I hope anyone doesnt sugget creating a weird line to fit x/0.....
yeah.. missed that one... didnt think very much on that as the 2 first rules were written by someone else... :smile:
let me rephrase those rules...
1) Whenever I add two numbers, I'll get a defined answer.
2) Whenever I multiply two numbers, I'll get a defined answer.
3) Whenever I...
Tanks for the beginnning and I will add on 2 other points that just fit your list well....
3) Whenever I subtract two numbers, I'll get a number back.
4) Whenever I divide two numbers, I'll get a number back.
Seems logical to have these 2 added... and then... Zero doesnt fit the...
yeah right.....
you can also say that
1/0 = inf.
2/0= 2 *(1/0) =2*inf.
or...
2/0= 2/ (4*0) =0,5* (1/0)= 0,5 * inf.
As you see you can quite many answers.... :)
Can you say this...
There is determination to a certain extent... But nothing is 100% ficed and rigid... You sould see it more as probabilirties...
So if I'm singing a song, its not that it is pre-determined. There are those who would say that it IS pre-detremined... maybe that the...
sorry.. i mistyped... of course i meant either less than -300' C or less than 0K...
Will try to answer on what i'm critized on right now...
My definition on number (in this context) is a quantity... It can be anything quantitive including lengths and other such stuff...
My first...
ehm... there is no ogic in that...
why shouldnt 2 exist just because 2-2 equals nothing? it is as sayig that if i have 2 apples, and I take away 2 apples there are none left, hence there isnt anything such as apples....the same goes for the 10 stuff
I've been totallly misinterpreted in...
infinity is NOT a number...
IF it is.. please tell me what the number you get when you take infinity + 1....
i can giive you 10 pages on the net saying that infinity is not a number....
... he said "according to the definition of "number" that I use"... so... His definitions are completly wrong then..... and the point is that he thinks that infinity is a nnumber, which it absolutely isnt..
was thikning of not posting anymore here but this was to ridicolous...
First you say that no one has said that nfinity is a number (which i interpret as that you mean it isnt).. than you say infinity is a number... you seem confused...
you dont seem to know so much either.... join the...
ok.... sure.. you can live in ignorance and dont care of the somewhat intresting fact that 0 doenst vehave as other integers/rational numbers... ALL the arithmatic operations are applicable on EVERY rational number, but not 0.... and how many times dont you exclude 0 from things just because it...
Not again.. I've said it before... I KNOW we can add and substarct with zero!!!! I'm saying that you cant divide...
Also, I knwo what the rationals integers and all that includes ut I'm askign for a defitnion of rational numbers...
However... are you 100% positive about that...