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Old 09-10-2009, 12:13 PM
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I have found this site wwwschooltrainercom . Got stuck while doing my homework. It really helped me out with some of the intricate math problems. They have very good teachers, a bit different than the usual stuff.
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thanx budy
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I'm going nuts trying to figure out if you calculate the Mean Squared Displacement of a group of particles at time t by taking the average of the squares of their displacements at time t from their initial positions or by taking the average of the squares of their cumulative displacements at time t. Does anyone understand what I mean? For example, one particle may move a cumulative distance of 500 nm in a second, but it may end up only 10 nm from where it started. Would you take the square of 500 or the square of 10??
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