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A problem that requires calculus. A difficult problem. 1 How many cubic inches are there in a cubic foot? The answer √ is not 12. 2 Assume a dog’s brain is twice is great in diameter as a cat’s, but each animal’s brain cells are the same size and their brains are the same shape. In addition to being a far better companion and much nicer to come home to, how many times more brain cells does a dog have than a cat? The answer is not 2. 3 The population density of Los Angeles is about 4000 people/km2 .
Meter, the metric distance unit kilogram, the metric unit of mass second, the metric unit of time the metric prefix mega-, 106 the metric prefix kilo-, 103 the metric prefix milli-, 10−3 the metric prefix micro-, 10−6 the metric prefix nano-, 10−9 Summary Physics is the use of the scientific method to study the behavior of light and matter. The scientific method requires a cycle of theory and experiment, theories with both predictive and explanatory value, and reproducible experiments.
8 Scientific Notation Most of the interesting phenomena in our universe are not on the human scale. It would take about 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 bacteria to equal the mass of a human body. When the physicist Thomas Young discovered that light was a wave, it was back in the bad old days before scientific notation, and he was obliged to write that the time required for one vibration of the wave was 1/500 of a millionth of a millionth of a second. Scientific notation is a less awkward way to write very large and very small numbers such as these.
Newtonian Physics by Benjamin Crowell