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Noether's Theorem

Just notes on Noether’s theorem

You can go back to
https://spmtoolbox.wordpress.com/2016/04/25/why-is-angular-momentum-conserved/
for a better explanation on this beautiful theorem

Got any questions or thoughts to share?

Physics

Why is angular momentum conserved?

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Physics

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Cognition

Cross Diagonal Cover - I

While doodling in my college classes, I designed an algorithm which I called Cross Diagonal Cover Algorithm:

I have a rectangle divided into unit squares. I start by placing a x (cross) in leftmost corner.

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Personal Experiences

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