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- Mon Feb 08, 2016 7:33 pm
- Forum: Science Games from Elsewhere
- Topic: The List
- Replies: 64
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*Whoosh* exfret appearifies out of thin air! http://ncase.me/emoji-prototype/?remote=-KA26KUw_y0annf_N9EA Also see: http://wiki.evoludo.org/index.php?title=EvoLudoLab:_Rock-Paper-Scissors_-_SDE To get to spatial view, select "params." Go to the "Population" tab at the top. For "Population updates" s...
- Fri May 08, 2015 5:26 pm
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: Electromagnetic Simulator
- Replies: 6
- Views: 16481
Frankenstein never actually turned on his creator. It's just his creator was so afraid he left Frankenstein, and then Frankenstein was brought into the world without a guide, without anyone to love. In the end, he didn't mean to kill many of the people he killed, but simply wanted to meet his creato...
When you click on potential force law, even if you don't change anything, it deletes anything you inputted into force law. I think there should just be a selection box for whether to use the potential or the force law and keep whatever you typed into either box so you don't have to retype it.
- Thu Dec 11, 2014 7:50 am
- Forum: Gravity Simulator
- Topic: r^-3=/=(r^-3) in the simulation
- Replies: 8
- Views: 15369
Well, it shouldn't change order of operations. My guess if it does is for some reason the parantheses might make it evaluate r^-, which it might interpret as r^-1, and then multiply by 3. Something like that. It would help a lot, though, if you could provide pictures of what you mean.
The expression in the 2nd and third pictures is being multiplied by the expression in the first and fourth pictures by the way. Also, the text in the left of the first picture is just saying that the x there is a multiplication sign.
I think I found the solution to question number four, except I used c instead of a, a instead of b, and b instead of c. Basically, I just switched them all. I've also made an illustration to help you all to imagine the problem. It would be great if someone could simplify my expression and check to m...