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Probably the most universally well-known behavior of chaotic systems is the butterfly effect. Or, the idea that minor perturbations in a particle's position or velocity give rise to massively ...

I would like to share some insight on how different trajectories can form in a central field. I'll use laws of Newtonian gravitation and I would limit myself to ...

I have a rather difficult question that gives me a headache for a few hours. I'm looking for someone to prove it right or wrong.

A cup of tea is not just a cup of tea, it is 100% dependent on other events and states of matter. Where did the tea come from? What are ...

A body of mass $M$ collides elastically with another stationary body of mass $m$ $(M>m)$ . After impact body were moving at an angle of $\alpha$ and $\beta$ with original direction ...

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