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I'm a physics major with an IQ of 110. My peers are noticeably faster than me at solving math and physics problems. I hear the average IQ in physics is 140 (and this is just in average run of the mill state schools, it's higher in the ivies), which is several standard deviations above the norm while I am barely above average. I don't feel smart enough to be in this field.
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I just picked up a TI-82 STATS from a charity shop for $4.99. You can get Wolfenstein on here, right? If so tell an anon how? Time to relive my childhood.
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I have just been reading into special relativity. And I was just wondering, if you have an object travelling close to the speed of light and then you have a sound wave emitted from one end of the object would the wave behave differently due to the objects contraction or would the wave propagate through it as if it was at rest? This might be a stupid question, but hey why not.
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Hey guys. What exactly are Chem trains? Can you redpill me on it?
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Is the mains electricity valued as the effective value or the maximum value? Where I live it is 220v. If it's the effective one, then the maximum would be 308v, if it is the maximum, the effective would be 157v. Which one is it?
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This is probably such a trivial question, but how does resistance work? >4.2v output from a battery + a strip of wire reading 0.6ohms Is it a direct subtraction, ie. 4.2v - 0.6ohms = 3.6v? I'm fiddling with my multimeter and testing various stuff: >battery is 4.2v >internal resistance of flashlight is <0.01ohm >bulb filament is 0.6ohm >reading the voltage at the bulb yields 3.0v If it is a direct subtraction, why am I losing an addition 0.6ohm? >expensive flashlight, don't want to replace it >problem was only recent as I noticed dimmer output
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we know that is impossible but, seek two positive real numbers such that the resulting division of pi
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Who else finds Chemistry to be easier than Biology?
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If you die with a paper cut on your finger, will it keep healing for some period of time even though you're dead? How long do bodily functions keep working? Can your stomach still grumble if you died hungry? Does your brain stop working immediately, or do you linger for a little bit in a dream like state, which is why people claim to have seen bright light and shit in near death experiences?
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Hello sci I am doing an electrical engineering questionaire and I've got one i have no Idea how to start. Not homework help just curious how I start it. what is the current of a 403V, 345kW three phase load with cosFI=0.96 ?
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How does a chemfag go about learning biochemistry? Most of the books available seem to be really basic / intended for premeds with little knowledge of ochem or anything else chemistry for that matter...
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Are drug/nootropic threads allowed here? I've read what the sticky has to say on amphetamines but I'm still not completely confident. Does anyone have any experience using it for studying? What's the best administration route?


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There are 4 different jackets, six different jeans, and ten different shoes at a store. If someone decides to buy 2 jackets, 3 jeans, and 8 shoes, how many ways can you purchase these items?
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Is anyone on /sci/ into amateur radio? I work in chemical spectroscopy and many have suggested picking up a HAM radio hobby in order to learn and master basics of electronics and RF circuits. Is this an antiquated thang? What would you suggest?
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Consider this: A jungle is land covered with dense vegetation. That said, is it possible for plants to live in a jungle? Or may plants only compose a jungle?

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Hello /sci/! What are your strategies for educating yourself in a (scientific) field you only have a marginal knowledge of? How do you find relevant information? How do you evaluate it? How do you identify the major thinkers to listen to?
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I am in my first year of university and I am doing a first year maths 1001 course, however I am having trouble finding good resources for the algebra past of my class. All the books they sell at my school just cover the calculus side, none of them go into complex numbers, polar forms, de Moivre's theorem, matrices...etc
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