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    Biot-Savart Law

    hmmm...never thought of that question, marlon... i suppose that it is an infinite wire? or can't it just be just a point with such property? will it actually make a difference?
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    Biot-Savart Law

    i personally think that this is just a very simple problem since the problem only requires plugging the right values into the formula. I'm just having trouble with one minor detail. Homework Statement For the current element Idx(ax+ay) A situated at P(1,-2,2), find the magnetic flux...
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    A Foucaultian Genealogy of Exams

    hello guys. since i didn't saw any philosophy subforum in the coursework questions thread, i decided to start my thread here at the other sciences section. i really wasn't sure if i should have put this in the philosophy thread but oh well... basically, I've been reading a lot of foucault...
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    Comp Sci C++ Code: Searching for a specific string

    thanks for all the advice, Fermat :smile: . here's my working code... #include <fstream> #include <iostream> #include <string> #include <cstring> #include <cstdlib> //for exit using namespace std; int main (int argc,char *argv[]) { if(argc!=3) //argc should be 3 for correct...
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    What Does it Mean to Be Human

    umm, probably "I". so, How do I become Human, truly human?
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    Comp Sci C++ Code: Searching for a specific string

    anyway, i did some modifications in the file since its messy like having two declarations of ifstream (my bad here :frown: ). #include <fstream> #include <iostream> #include <cstdlib> //for exit using namespace std; int main (int argc, char *argv[]) { if (argc != 3) //argc should...
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    Comp Sci C++ Code: Searching for a specific string

    here my header files... #include <fstream> #include <iostream> #include <cstdlib> //for exit i'll take your advice. actually, that's also the part I'm very doubtful off. I'm still trying to workout to fix it too.
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    Comp Sci C++ Code: Searching for a specific string

    umm, anyone who could help me write a code wherein, given an input file, it searches for a word inputed by the user, then outputs the result (how many times it appeared in the input file) in an output file. This program also uses 2 command line arguments. The first argument is the word to search...
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    What Does it Mean to Be Human

    So, may I ask you guys, What Does it Mean to Be Human? After all the studying of different philosophies, what makes Human Human? How does one become Human? What is the philosophy of Being Human?
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    C/C++ C++ and Visual C++

    Umm guys, is visual c++ a very different programming language than c++. I mean, I installed a copy of visual c++ and looked at the pre-made template of hello world but saw that it is very different from the normal source code for c++. I have this code made from devcpp, the calculator if you...
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    C/C++ Catchinmg the Enter Key for c++

    Hello guys. I'm trying to do the command "PLEASE PRESS ENTER KEY TO RETURN TO MAIN MENU." The problem is that I don't know how to catch this enter key. I do know that its ascii value is 13. I tried using sscanf and getch but can't seem to make it work. void StockBroker::showAllBalances()...
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    Implementing Various Calculations ith only + and - in c++

    umm guys, i just have this other question. How do i implement the "Press enter key to continue"? I researched that the ascii value of enter key is 13. so do i just do an if cin=='13' for the cin if it is equal to 13? But what would be its difference to the number 13?
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    Help: How to Put Twisting Effect on Flash

    umm guys, just experimented with swishmax. i saw this effect called corkscrew that smehows resembles a twisting effect. I just need to make very small rectangles and line them up to each added then add the effect to each one of them and each one of them slowly turns, creating a seemingly...
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    C++ Program Ideas

    i see. thanks for the ideas guys. I currently trying to understand basic openGL, as suggested by neurocomp2003. I actually first planned to make my own chinese chess program but thought i would finish it in one month's time since I'm not that good yet. I'm still even having a hard time with...
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    Help: How to Put Twisting Effect on Flash

    Hello guys. I'm having trouble of how to produce a twisting effect/motion in flash mx 2004. The twisting I'm referring to is when you twist a rod at one end and the other end is fixed. It is like the concept of torsion. So anyone have any ideas how to make this? An .fla perhaps?
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    C++ Program Ideas

    Umm guys, can you give me some ideas of what ptogram to create using basic c++? I've already learned arrays, pointers, classes, strings, etc. I really like to make a game but don't know what game to create. Actually, i had the idea to make a hack/cheat for microsoft's spider solitair wherein...
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    Implementing Various Calculations ith only + and - in c++

    ohhh i see. sorry for not noticing it quickly. modulus is the code for finding the remainder. wow, this is such a cool code! i didn't even thought of using such a method. thanks! :D
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    Implementing Various Calculations ith only + and - in c++

    umm what is the modulus for? isn't it undeclared?
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    Implementing Various Calculations ith only + and - in c++

    i already got it, i think. here's my revised code. pls check if there is more needed to be added. int inv (int n) { int a=1; if (n>=0) { while (n>=1) { a++; n=n/a; } a--; } return a; } now all i need...
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    Implementing Various Calculations ith only + and - in c++

    ohh yes, you are right! how could i have misunderstood what the teacher meant by inverse factorial. so if the input is 24, i should get 4. here's my NON-WORKING code. how do i fix it. I am a beginner, remember. Basically i wan the input to be continuously divided until it reaches 1 and the i...
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    Why Philosophize?

    Umm, guys, i hope you could really enlighten me about this topic. Why do we philosophize? I mean, we know that philosophy is a journey of sorts and that in this field, we try to deal with metaphysical things. Also, we usually do not follow a system on how we carry this out. But we all know that...
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    Implementing Various Calculations ith only + and - in c++

    i've already gotten the factorial code (below) but how do i do the inverse? do i just divide the return function to one? oh, wait! is inverse factorial first getting the factorial of a # then dividing it by one or taking the inverse of every factor? int factorial (int x) { int base=1...
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    Implementing Various Calculations ith only + and - in c++

    ooooppppppsssss, you're right! i thought i had already edited it out. well, here's the revised edition. :D int sqRoot (int input) { int b=0; while (square (b)<=input) { b+=1; } b-=1; return b; } umm now guys...
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    Implementing Various Calculations ith only + and - in c++

    yes! finally finished the code for square root thanks to the help of a ertain someone. int sqRoot (int input) { int b=0; while ((b*b)<=input) { b+=1; } b-=1; return b; } now, if only i can find a way to...
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    Implementing Various Calculations ith only + and - in c++

    hmmm, thanks for the tips guys. I've finished everything, from * to exponentials, although they're in int form but handles positive and negative numbers. My only problem now is the square root function of type int, not float. So how do i do it?
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    Implementing Various Calculations ith only + and - in c++

    hmmm I've just finished the codes for *, /, %, and cube but they're all in int forms. is there a way to do this in float or double? right now, I'm having a hard time implementing the cube, raised to any exponent and the square root.
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    Implementing Various Calculations ith only + and - in c++

    Guys, I'm starting to learn c++ and wanted to know hot to implement various operations using only + and -. I'm trying to implement *, /, %, powers, and square root. I've been experimenting with the for loop but can't seem to make it work. Any tips on how to do these? Thanks :D
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    Nails and Stress

    i kanda understand now the nail part. But about the pure axial loading, I'm still having trouble with it...? umm, can you somehow give me a starting equation that might explain this and all the necessary conditions needed for this to happen? :D
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    Nails and Stress

    Guys, why do you think the standard nail is designed with a pointed end and where the top has a cap? What does this imply to the 2 kinds of stress which are normal stress and shear stress? Isn't the pointed end kinda works like a wedge? Also, why does a homogenous material when broken is...
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    How to Graph using a Computer?

    thanks enigma although i think i saw that one already at the help file included in the mathematica cd. what i really want to know it it really is possible to rotate a certain function with given bounds on a certain axis to generate a solid of revolution using mathematica. I'm actually using...
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    How to Graph using a Computer?

    i do own a copy of mathematica version 5 and also adobe illustrator 10. so anyone who can give me a tutorial to acomplish graphing a function then rotating it to a certain axis to generate a solid of revolution? please, i really need to learn how to do it. I'm pretty much curious. :)
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    How to Graph using a Computer?

    umm guys, i really need your help on this one. I had this math subejct before wherein i used the book, if i remember correctly, The Calculus 7 (TC7) by Louis Leithold. I saw some graphings in this book, also some where there were this graphs of functions revolved either along the x or y axis...
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    Math Poem Needed!

    woohoo! thanks guys! now that really is a good poem...it actually tells what I'm currently going through in my math class--failing long test after long test, that is. thanks guys for the inspiration :)
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    Math Poem Needed!

    hey guys, i was just wondering if you could help me make a poem about math, college math, that is. i know you guys are very talented at this, and I'm not. any theme is okay... hope you could really help me guys... :)
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    Physics Project Help

    hmmmm... aren't there any other more challenging projects... all those listed from the link above seems like childish... so anyone who could give me a more challenging project concept? :)
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    Physics Project Help

    hey guys, could you give me some ideas on what project I am going to make in my physics class... my physics class is all about statics and dynamics... maybe you could put some links on some physics projects with an explanation how it works :) thanks guys :)
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    Analog Radio Tuner

    thanks, chroot...:smile: any other site to get a more in-depth knowledge...?
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    Analog Radio Tuner

    hey guys, can you find any links on the web that discusses how a analog radio tuner works... i'm talking about in the level of an electronics and communications engineer...an in-depth study and discussiion would be highly appreciated... is this related to an RL circuit?
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    Honeycomb Resistor Problem

    hhahahha...i was correct...excel never makes a mistake... but could you elaborate to me how you got it...the manual way, i mean... any short-cuts for this...
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    Honeycomb Resistor Problem

    hmmmmmmm. got the answer... with the help of MS Excel, the answer is 61/16 or something about 2.8... right?
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    Honeycomb Resistor Problem

    is my answer correct: Req = 3R I = 1/3:wink:
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    Honeycomb Resistor Problem

    still waiting... anyone with the software to do the job...
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    Honeycomb Resistor Problem

    well i hope someone knows how to solve this problem... :smile: well you see in the picture that there is a honeycomd-like circuit...every line that comprises the honeycomb has a resistor with a resistance of R...meaning in a hexagon, there are six resistors... the question is to find the...
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    Help (illusion)

    so my answer was right, yehey...
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    Post a joke

    ummmmm, is it ok if the joke is somewhat green, meaning sex-related or should it be somewhat intellectual
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    Help (illusion)

    ...excuse me, but why can't i see the .gif i attached...
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    Help (illusion)

    Help... (illusion) could someone figure out the answer...
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    The Riddle Of The 9 Balls

    how about if there were twelve billiard balls? that was the question asked to me when i was in 3rd year high school? still can't think of the answer.
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    Light and Energy

    what is the difference between a phosphorescent source and a fluorescent source? How does a flashlight can be luminous? How can it also be nonluminous? Which kind of light source would be safest to use in building or mines that may be filled with explosive gas?
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