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Michael, Before Accusing Others Try To Comprehendo Math.

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Posted by Alexander on November 30, 2001 21:11:42 UTC

place a pen on its tip as accurately as you can. Math, describing pen's fall is quite easy - linear diff eq of 2-nd degree. Solution is clear too - exponent (exponential growth of initial angle of deviation from vertical).

So, what direction will it fall if you put it EXAXTLY vertical?

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