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**Maxwell**(or**Maxwell**-Boltzmann) distribution gives the distribution of speeds of molecules in thermal equilibrium as given by statistical mechanics. Defining a=sqrt(kT/m), ...**Maxwell's**equations are the system of partial differential equations describing classical electromagnetism and therefore of central importance in physics. In the so-called ...

The system of partial differential equations del ^2s-(|a|^2+1)s = 0 (1) del ^2a-del (del ·a)-s^2a = a. (2)

The system of partial differential equations E_t-v = 0 (1) r_x+omegav = 0 (2) q_x+Ev = 0 (3) v_x-omegar-Eq = 0. (4)

A Belphegor number (also known as a Beelphegor number or a beastly palindromic prime) is a palindromic number of the form 1(0...)666(0...)1. Numbers of this form are named ...

A Belphegor prime (also known as a Beelphegor prime) is a prime Belphegor number, i.e., a palindromic prime of the form 1(0...)666(0...)1. The first few Belphegor primes are ...

A roulette is a curve traced by a fixed point on a closed convex curve as that curve rolls without slipping along a second curve. The roulettes described by the foci of ...

The curl of a vector field, denoted curl(F) or del xF (the notation used in this work), is defined as the vector field having magnitude equal to the maximum "circulation" at ...

A statistical distribution for which the variables may take on a continuous range of values. Abramowitz and Stegun (1972, p. 930) give a table of the parameters of most ...

The distribution with probability density function and distribution function P(r) = (re^(-r^2/(2s^2)))/(s^2) (1) D(r) = 1-e^(-r^2/(2s^2)) (2) for r in [0,infty) and parameter ...

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