Who started to say gravitational acceleration ? Is it a technical team really ? It seems to be an adjective.

Is there a difference between an acceleration caused by an ordinal force ? If there is not a difference, a thing called gravitational acceleration will not exist.

]]>Probability of the model, given the data, without further information: Without further information, the probability that a woman is not pregnant for a period of 5 years is about 86 per cent, for a man 100 per cent. So I would say that the probability of the model, given the data, is about 100/186. Imagine you start with 100 men and 100 women—as in the general population. After 5 years, 100 men are not pregnant and 86 women are not pregnant. Do the probability that a random person is a man is about 100/186.

]]>I was born in 61….To me this song still stirs emotioms. Its awsome and one of my favorites. I dont really listen to much old music but this song should be on repeat today considering whats going on.

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Free fall of an elevator will be (one of the) problems of resultant force (composition of forces). All will be explicable as a problem of resultant force.

There are two pictures. In each picture, vector of two forces (f = fâ€™) acting on a point are drawn. Direction of vectors is opposite (right and left). In one picture, forces are gravity and gravity. In the other picture, gravity and inertial force. Two pictures will not be the same (an infinite small area will be also).

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