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How does /sci/ like Spivak's calculus 4th edition?

Quantum Mechanics pdf

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If anyone has the pdf for the textbook Quantum Mechanics by Bruce Cameron Reed I would really appreciate it. Thanks


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So if mankind plans to 'teraform' another planet - namely Mars, then why doesn't it address a rather obvious problem? Radiation Teraforming suggests making a planet habitable for humans, by eventually generating atmosphere, and air to breath by using plant life. But it doesn't account for the obvious problem of radiation. How would teraforming work on Mars if it is geologically dead? No hot core so there is no magnetic field to protect against lethal solar winds, which would most likely kill off the plants in the first place. What does /sci/ think of teraforming anyways?
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can /sci/ recommend a good a-level chemistry textbook?
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So I'm about to be a freshman Electrical Engineer major and i really have no idea what I'm doing. I really loved physics and calculus in highschool, and after I got over my "I want to be a music major" phase I realized I wanted to do something related in those fiends. I figured: Engineering is pretty much applied science and math, and since i really enjoyed the part of physics with circuits I'll be an EE major. What am I getting myself in to with EE and what viable subsets are there for it? What are your experiences as an Engineering student or as a real-world engineer? Engineering general
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Chemfags. I need help calculating the lattice energy of Magnesium Bromide I have an exam tomorrow and this is most definitely gonna be on it. I really need to understand this. I don't exactly understand how to set it up Please help =( ok ?H of sublimation of Mg is 147 kj/mol ?H bond energy of Br2 is 193 kj/mol first ionization energy of Mg is 737 kj/mol second ionization energy of Mg is 1450 kj/mol Electron Affinity of Br is -331 kj/mol ?H of vaporiztion of Br is 31 kj/mol ?H formation of MgBr2 is -381 kj/mol Please help
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Why are we so lazy? Today when I woke up, I spent almost an hour laying in bed thinking about a girl. Is laziness something in itself, or is it the result of some "lack?"
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What's a simple tool for drawing polygons by connecting points described by 3D point vectors? Pic related, I want to draw simple 3D models of pyramids made out of combined triangles and a base plane.

Physics textbook and video series recommendations

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>tl;dr pls recommend the best physics textbook and video series I'm learning physics I'm in the last year of high school (18 btw, pls don't ban me) My textbook is awful It's full of mistakes It's explanations are awful They use poor notation (for example, not once do they use arrows over vector symbols, and they never seem to use subscripts, and sometimes their formulas appear to have errors in printing) I've been watching Khan Academy videos, and while they sometimes explain things very well, at other times he seems to fumble around and leave out formulas. I tried watching the first few MIT physics lectures. While I already understood the concepts they were teaching, I found his explanations needlessly convoluted and complicated. So, can anyone recommend the best physics video series and textbooks? I've checked the sticky, but there are just so many options that it's hard to decide
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I know this may not be the place for it, but does /sci/ have any experience in the military? Whether it be mandatory enlistment or voluntary, would you guys mind sharing your experiences?


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Hi, guys, maybe it's not related topic, but I need a little bit of help... If someone could find me link for pdf Book: E-Business & E-Commerce Management, 5th edition by: Dave Chaffey Need to do paper for my exam so I'm running low on time... Thx
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I got a B in a general chemistryI class at my university even after the prof dropped the lowest exam grade(we had 3) along with homework grades. Should I just give up now as a chemistry major =(
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uh... you guys know the singularity has already started, right. we inside of that big hairy bitch right now. see the attached pic and let me know if any questions.

Class Schedules

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post 'em if ya got 'em >inb4 pre-reqs
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>1^0=0 >multiply both sides by 2 >(2*1)^0=2*1 >2^0=2 >1=2
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There's a lot of fighting between fields on this website. Why not decide on a group of significant subjects based on a usefulness criteria instead of a 'lol I think it's difficult/easy' criteria. Say, if the planet was in danger from an unavoidable catastrophe like stellar instability or the patriarchy. A suitable question would be: "If we had to evacuate the planet and start anew, which fields would be essential for producing a starship, moving off-world and build a new civilization on a distant planet?" Naturally, this gives an immediate idea of what fields are actually useful to us. Engineers of all kinds, Pilots, Medical staff, Biologists/botanists Womens studies majors Industrial scientists/engineers and so on. I think this might be a good model for really looking at which people are useful to society.
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how the fuck do you solve for X? X+3 3 ____ = __ X-2 2 i got multiplying denominators but i cant seem to figure it out, easy shit most likely for you guys but thank you in advance..

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