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#76 - Can someone explain the last one to me... iamnotaclev…  [+] (8 replies) 09/05/2014 on Nerdy Jokes +1
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#77 - Mecuniv (09/05/2014) [-]
He is clever for the quote, "I think, therefore, I am."
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#78 - mamaluweegee (09/05/2014) [-]
Ah, thank you kindly.
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#79 - Mecuniv (09/05/2014) [-]
You are quiet welcome. What does the one about the kittens on the roof mean?
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#85 - iluvscuba (09/05/2014) [-]
Mu (pronounced mew) is the coefficient of friction; there is a coefficient for static friction (the object is at rest and you must overcome static friction to get it moving) and kinetic friction (the object is sliding across a surface). This coefficient changes for which two materials are interacting, but the equation for friction is the normal force (which is equal to the weight on a horizontal surface, but on a slanted surface it's the y-component of the normal force which is equal to the weight) as in f=(mu)N


Long story short, the lower your coefficient of friction, mu, the lower the friction experienced
#84 - zoocalu (09/05/2014) [-]
mew is the coefficient for friction
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#81 - mamaluweegee (09/05/2014) [-]
had to look it up but it has to do with mu (mew)(μ) in physics. Apparently it stands for the friction coefficient and the lower the number, the more it slides.
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#82 - Mecuniv (09/05/2014) [-]
Ah, thank you.
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#83 - mamaluweegee (09/05/2014) [-]
No problem.