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    quick physics/math question

    Going through the physics book, I found this...
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    As far as I know yes. I think math should confrom to programming ==, >=, <=, !=, or they die!
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    Re: quick physics/math question

    Originally posted by blackrat364
    Going through the physics book, I found this...
    yes.

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    >>> I think math should confrom to programming

    Which though?

    "Fs <= UsFn" la C or "Fs .LE. UsFn" la Fortran for example.
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    MIPS assembler

    slt $t1, $t2, $t3
    beq $t1, $zero, done

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    Absolutely.
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