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Why are Planck quantities considered to be maximum and minimum quantities -
Planck distance etc ? If they are,then,since in calculus a maximim/minimum is given by,for example,dy/dx = 0,then,for example,y = Planck quantity when
x = some other quantity.But what is x?
Planck distance etc ? If they are,then,since in calculus a maximim/minimum is given by,for example,dy/dx = 0,then,for example,y = Planck quantity when
x = some other quantity.But what is x?