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This has been asked multiple times on the main meta. In this case I'll just copy my answer over there.

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http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22303/factors-affecting-torque-and-rpm-of-a-motor/22317#22317Factors affecting torque and RPM of a motor

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23197/how-can-one-imagine-curled-up-dimensions/23205#23205How can one imagine curled up dimensions?

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22125/penetration-versus-frequency/22134#22134Penetration versus Frequency

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23824/will-an-emf-be-induced-across-the-ends-of-a-stationary-metal-rod-placed-in-a-tim/23895#23895Will an emf be induced across the ends of a stationary metal rod placed in a time-varying magnetic field?


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This has been asked multiple times on the main meta. In this case I'll just copy my answer over there.

  • If its just a bit of more info (read:a paragraph), add it and leave a comment.
  • If it's a completely new bundle of stuff, but is based on stuff gleaned from the answer, write an addendum answer as described above. Hat it with "This is in addition to @JonSkeet's answer". You may also comment on the original answer and ask the poster to incorporate your answer if s/he wishes--and then delete your answer once the deal is done (Something smilar could have happened here, though it didn't).

Examples:

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22303/factors-affecting-torque-and-rpm-of-a-motor/22317#22317

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23197/how-can-one-imagine-curled-up-dimensions/23205#23205

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22125/penetration-versus-frequency/22134#22134

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23824/will-an-emf-be-induced-across-the-ends-of-a-stationary-metal-rod-placed-in-a-tim/23895#23895


In the case of wrong answers (or parts of answers), leave a comment. Try not to make radical changes in edits -- you can tell the OP in a comment to make them himself.

This has been asked multiple times on the main meta. In this case I'll just copy my answer over there.

  • If its just a bit of more info (read:a paragraph), add it and leave a comment.
  • If it's a completely new bundle of stuff, but is based on stuff gleaned from the answer, write an addendum answer as described above. Hat it with "This is in addition to @JonSkeet's answer". You may also comment on the original answer and ask the poster to incorporate your answer if s/he wishes--and then delete your answer once the deal is done (Something smilar could have happened here, though it didn't).

Examples:

Factors affecting torque and RPM of a motor

How can one imagine curled up dimensions?

Penetration versus Frequency

Will an emf be induced across the ends of a stationary metal rod placed in a time-varying magnetic field?


In the case of wrong answers (or parts of answers), leave a comment. Try not to make radical changes in edits -- you can tell the OP in a comment to make them himself.

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This has been asked multiplemultiple timestimes on the main meta. In this case I'll just copy my answermy answer over there.

  • If its just a bit of more info (read:a paragraph), add it and leave a comment.
  • If it's a completely new bundle of stuff, but is based on stuff gleaned from the answer, write an addendum answer as described above. Hat it with "This is in addition to @JonSkeet's answer". You may also comment on the original answer and ask the poster to incorporate your answer if s/he wishes--and then delete your answer once the deal is done (Something smilar could have happened hereSomething smilar could have happened here, though it didn't).

Examples:

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22303/factors-affecting-torque-and-rpm-of-a-motor/22317#22317

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23197/how-can-one-imagine-curled-up-dimensions/23205#23205

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22125/penetration-versus-frequency/22134#22134

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23824/will-an-emf-be-induced-across-the-ends-of-a-stationary-metal-rod-placed-in-a-tim/23895#23895


In the case of wrong answers (or parts of answers), leave a comment. Try not to make radical changes in edits -- you can tell the OP in a comment to make them himself.

This has been asked multiple times on the main meta. In this case I'll just copy my answer over there.

  • If its just a bit of more info (read:a paragraph), add it and leave a comment.
  • If it's a completely new bundle of stuff, but is based on stuff gleaned from the answer, write an addendum answer as described above. Hat it with "This is in addition to @JonSkeet's answer". You may also comment on the original answer and ask the poster to incorporate your answer if s/he wishes--and then delete your answer once the deal is done (Something smilar could have happened here, though it didn't).

Examples:

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22303/factors-affecting-torque-and-rpm-of-a-motor/22317#22317

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23197/how-can-one-imagine-curled-up-dimensions/23205#23205

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22125/penetration-versus-frequency/22134#22134

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23824/will-an-emf-be-induced-across-the-ends-of-a-stationary-metal-rod-placed-in-a-tim/23895#23895


In the case of wrong answers (or parts of answers), leave a comment. Try not to make radical changes in edits -- you can tell the OP in a comment to make them himself.

This has been asked multiple times on the main meta. In this case I'll just copy my answer over there.

  • If its just a bit of more info (read:a paragraph), add it and leave a comment.
  • If it's a completely new bundle of stuff, but is based on stuff gleaned from the answer, write an addendum answer as described above. Hat it with "This is in addition to @JonSkeet's answer". You may also comment on the original answer and ask the poster to incorporate your answer if s/he wishes--and then delete your answer once the deal is done (Something smilar could have happened here, though it didn't).

Examples:

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22303/factors-affecting-torque-and-rpm-of-a-motor/22317#22317

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23197/how-can-one-imagine-curled-up-dimensions/23205#23205

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22125/penetration-versus-frequency/22134#22134

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23824/will-an-emf-be-induced-across-the-ends-of-a-stationary-metal-rod-placed-in-a-tim/23895#23895


In the case of wrong answers (or parts of answers), leave a comment. Try not to make radical changes in edits -- you can tell the OP in a comment to make them himself.

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This has been asked multiple times on the main meta. In this case I'll just copy my answer over there.

  • If its just a bit of more info (read:a paragraph), add it and leave a comment.
  • If it's a completely new bundle of stuff, but is based on stuff gleaned from the answer, write an addendum answer as described above. Hat it with "This is in addition to @JonSkeet's answer". You may also comment on the original answer and ask the poster to incorporate your answer if s/he wishes--and then delete your answer once the deal is done (Something smilar could have happened here, though it didn't).
  

Examples:

  

Factors affecting torque and RPM of a motorhttp://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22303/factors-affecting-torque-and-rpm-of-a-motor/22317#22317

  

How can one imagine curled up dimensions?http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23197/how-can-one-imagine-curled-up-dimensions/23205#23205

  

Penetration versus Frequencyhttp://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22125/penetration-versus-frequency/22134#22134

  

Will an emf be induced across the ends of a stationary metal rod placed in a timehttp://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23824/will-varying magnetic field?an-emf-be-induced-across-the-ends-of-a-stationary-metal-rod-placed-in-a-tim/23895#23895


In the case of wrong answers (or parts of answers), leave a comment. Try not to make radical changes in edits -- you can tell the OP in a comment to make them himself.

This has been asked multiple times on the main meta. In this case I'll just copy my answer over there.

  • If its just a bit of more info (read:a paragraph), add it and leave a comment.
  • If it's a completely new bundle of stuff, but is based on stuff gleaned from the answer, write an addendum answer as described above. Hat it with "This is in addition to @JonSkeet's answer". You may also comment on the original answer and ask the poster to incorporate your answer if s/he wishes--and then delete your answer once the deal is done (Something smilar could have happened here, though it didn't).
 

Examples:

 

Factors affecting torque and RPM of a motor

 

How can one imagine curled up dimensions?

 

Penetration versus Frequency

 

Will an emf be induced across the ends of a stationary metal rod placed in a time-varying magnetic field?


In the case of wrong answers (or parts of answers), leave a comment. Try not to make radical changes in edits -- you can tell the OP in a comment to make them himself.

This has been asked multiple times on the main meta. In this case I'll just copy my answer over there.

  • If its just a bit of more info (read:a paragraph), add it and leave a comment.
  • If it's a completely new bundle of stuff, but is based on stuff gleaned from the answer, write an addendum answer as described above. Hat it with "This is in addition to @JonSkeet's answer". You may also comment on the original answer and ask the poster to incorporate your answer if s/he wishes--and then delete your answer once the deal is done (Something smilar could have happened here, though it didn't).
 

Examples:

 

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22303/factors-affecting-torque-and-rpm-of-a-motor/22317#22317

 

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23197/how-can-one-imagine-curled-up-dimensions/23205#23205

 

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/22125/penetration-versus-frequency/22134#22134

 

http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/23824/will-an-emf-be-induced-across-the-ends-of-a-stationary-metal-rod-placed-in-a-tim/23895#23895


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