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As far as I can tell it rounds to the nearest thousand when it gets that big. 1.5K rounds up to 2K, while the number in the question is the actual number.
answered Jul 10 '17 by JMac
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I don't really find the question you're trying to ask as a good fit to the SE format. Basically "has anyone researched or named this yet?" Either the answer is "yes - and it is named X"; or it's try …
answered Nov 6 '18 by JMac
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Sure, you could ask. I don't know if it would help much though. Due to the nature of this site, users are able to edit, or propose edits, to other users' posts. There's nothing inherently wrong wit …
answered Jan 23 by JMac
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In my opinion, these answers do not belong on the site. The primary issue that I see is that many questions on this site could be answered by taking a single measurement and posting the results. It …
answered Apr 25 by JMac
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I see a few possible factors. (I didn't vote on the question/answers though, this is pure speculation) It doesn't seem immediately clear to me what you're trying to say in the answer. I can follow s …
answered Dec 13 '17 by JMac
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From my perspective, this is a question looking for a solution to a specific example. As such, it would essentially fall under our "homework and exercises" criteria. The question of "how fast woul …
answered Sep 18 '17 by JMac
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Physics is for questions that ask about physics concepts mainly. Many engineers like physics, because engineering often applies physics, so there is some overlap. In this question; you're applying p …
answered Aug 2 '18 by JMac
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Personally, I would agree with your assessment. Questions about potentially fictional scenarios utilizing real physics would be on topic; because that would be in-essence the same as any hypothetical …
answered Nov 26 '18 by JMac
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In my opinion, your edit does nothing to make the question unique, because the other question covers everything that yours does. You say: "The setup in suggested question, has a tendency to flip …
answered Apr 1 by JMac
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It was downvoted by me. Originally you answered as if all dissipating forces could be ignored, without stating that in your answer. I tried to point you to the issue, and you chose to make the edit, …
answered Apr 23 by JMac
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Users with over just 25 reputation are allowed to cast upvotes. It is only downvoting that requires 125 reputation. There are good reasons for this, primarily, it's because the SE think's it's more …
answered Feb 17 '18 by JMac
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What ends up being a good question will inherently be subjective. Good for one person is not good for another. We can point to some objective factors which can help to indicate the quality of a ques …
answered Jun 6 by JMac
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I really don't think this is a good idea. For starters, we already have a system established for determining which answers are good and bad. It's the voting system. If wrong posts are gaining more …
answered Feb 28 '18 by JMac
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I don't think there's a need to change the "too broad" policy. Although broad questions can be interesting, and spark some good points; I think their very nature can present real problems here. Du …
answered Feb 12 '18 by JMac
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I suggest paying attention to, and reading some of the suggested questions that pop up when you start to ask yours (I know this feature exists on the desktop site, maybe not mobile). This is an exa …
answered Feb 1 '18 by JMac

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