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This folder includes a more in depth discussion of some topics that are considered the basis of physics such as equilibrium, surface tension, and the forces behind motion. Dirac uses equations for these ideals that are more common in very high levels of physics, the equations account for many more variables in order to test for real world scenarios. There is a large section discussing the tension a certain force exerts on a string, the motion of the string with this force on it, and other variables all covering different aspects of the string that are changed with a constant force. The section also covers how some of these ideals behave in an electric magnetic field and what differences are shown while inside said field.
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