for certain x-ray radiation, given frequency in petahertz, give wavelength in nanometer, must be accurate +/- 25%
The tests need to use a more precise value for a certain constant.
The +/- 25% in the problem statement does not match the test results.
Agreed on both counts.
it seems the test result is centimeter, not nanometer
A great physics problem. However, it does not work with a more accurate value of speed of light, namely
c = 299,792 kilometers per second
definitely agree with your comments
Vectorizing, too easy or too hard?
Matrix indexing with two vectors of indices
Make a random, non-repeating vector.
Find the hypotenuse
05 - Vector Equations 1
give nth decimal place of pi
Given n, create n random numbers such that their standard deviation is also n.
Simple spirometer - find your lung capacity from the number and size of soap bubbles in one breath
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