A random walk through mathematics -- mostly through the random part.
MIT! Nerds... :)
The second two factors are easy, but I can't think of any word that starts with sqrt(m^2 + (p/c)^2)... ;)
"nR"? What sort of self-respecting physicist measures in moles? That's chemist talk.
I can hear the engineers now: "What the heck is mjT?"Let's see what I can do with that:E/c^2 sqrt(-1) PV/nRNow V=IR (Ohm's law)a=q/m E (acceleration of a particle in an electric field)Also F=maso F/(q c^2) sqrt(-1) PI/nNow we're getting somewhere.Let me get back to you.
John wore this shirt on Beauty & the Geek Tuesday night.
Heather,I know it was on Beauty and the Geek; that's where I saw it. (Oddly enough, despite going to MIT I don't ever remember seeing that shirt there. Is it a new thing?)
Lets break this up into three terms since it kinda looks like it with the sqrt -1 in the center...E=MC^2 --> first term is Mobviously second term--> IPV = nRt (ideal gas) -> T
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MIT! Nerds... :)
The second two factors are easy, but I can't think of any word that starts with sqrt(m^2 + (p/c)^2)... ;)
"nR"? What sort of self-respecting physicist measures in moles? That's chemist talk.
I can hear the engineers now:
"What the heck is mjT?"
Let's see what I can do with that:
E/c^2 sqrt(-1) PV/nR
Now V=IR (Ohm's law)
a=q/m E (acceleration of a particle in an electric field)
Also F=ma
so F/(q c^2) sqrt(-1) PI/n
Now we're getting somewhere.
Let me get back to you.
John wore this shirt on Beauty & the Geek Tuesday night.
Heather,
I know it was on Beauty and the Geek; that's where I saw it. (Oddly enough, despite going to MIT I don't ever remember seeing that shirt there. Is it a new thing?)
Lets break this up into three terms since it kinda looks like it with the sqrt -1 in the center...
E=MC^2 --> first term is M
obviously second term--> I
PV = nRt (ideal gas) -> T
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