Wedge constant :- Newtons laws of motion

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what is wedge constant and where and how to use it?
 

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tiny-tim
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Hi Alche! :smile:
what is wedge constant and where and how to use it?

Never heard of it. :confused:

Where did you find it (can you give us a link or a quote)?
 
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One of my friend asked me about this, I couldn't find anything about it in books and google so posted it here.

Even I don't have any information about this:confused:
 
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One of my friend asked me about this, I couldn't find anything about it in books and google so posted it here.

Even I don't have any information about this:confused:
It might well be that in certain branches of applied physics, "wedge constant" is a commonly used term.

But, it will not be a fundamental term, but related to some commonly used apparatus, say, in experimental set-ups, or, perhaps, that the objects studied are readily modelled by wedges, or happens to be wedges themselves.

I don't think the wedge physics community is very large, though..
 
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Maybe it's π …

you can have a wedge of pie! :biggrin:
 
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Maybe it's π …

you can have a wedge of pie! :biggrin:
Nope, I've eaten it already. :smile:
 
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F=kp

F= applied force
p=pain
k=wedgie constant

The pain felt from a wedgie is proportional to the force applied in pulling their underpants.

:)
 

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