This guy obviously knows more about these things than most, but why does he use (c) to reference "the speed of light." It's like he's referencing a mathematical variable, but he's not. What's up with that? Too lazy to type "the speed of light" more than once? And why (c)? What happened to (a) & (b)?
(I just tried to post "" [without the quotes or spaces] and nothing appeared. I know it's not valid HTML!. The filter missed the point!).
c is the accepted label for the speed of light in any equation. It is always labelled thus.
c = light of speed. k = boltzmans constant …. there are letters that are extra important, thus not always explained. Don't worry you will cover that in future classes Rachel.
The speed of light is equal to C……it a math thing. that way you dont have to right the whole number everytime
wow, what a bitch
Guess she didn’t want the answer to that question?
Guess she didn't want the answer to that question?
What a dumb bitch.
curious if she'd shoot a bullet to her brain, what would happen if she'd shoot again?
man answers her question, she tells him to fuck off. what a bitch
You´re stupid as hell.
She thought she was being witty and when proven otherwise her only retort was of idiocy. This is why people need to not pretend to be smarter, or wittier, than they are: someone will come along who's smarter than you and make you look the fool.