I have been curious about this for a while...
I'm interested to know if there is any easy way to tell the accuracy of the (n+1)th on the nth term of the Fibonacci series in relation to the golden ratio.
I know that as n tends to infinity the ratio tends to the Golden Ratio "Phi" - but is...
Confused: Don't worry about it, I didn't really do well in English in school and I have no idea what the hell a prepositional phrase, subject-verb agreements and transitive/intransitive vers are. And seriously? You don't need it if you aren't going into linguistics or you're not a professional...
Actually you're right, ice would probably be close enough to be equal but snow...
Imagine a small toy car on the snow, it's coefficient would be much smaller then a truck trying to plow through the snow. I'm not sure which would stop first. I think the larger one would still stop later...
You get more friction, and thus more resistive force, but since f = ma
and f = xmg (where x is the coefficient and g is the acceleration due to gravity, hence mg is weight force which is also = to normal force)
thus ma = xmg
and a = xmg/m
a = xg
deacceleration (choosing the deacceleration...
I find it hard to imagine someone being more intelligent then me...
Sure, knowing more? Okay. But like... learning stuff quicker, understanding concepts easier and making logic jumps easier... I can't imagine it >.>;
:'(
My message to too short.
Edit: Is it bad that I am probably more upset about some physicist that I hardly knew who died then I would be if a family member die?
Although I'm not -that- upset, I'm more upset right now then I have been for years.