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Old   May 27, 2006, 23:19
Default What do (m,β) and (∫dm/r,θ) stand for?
ruixuan jia
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When I study numeca,there are two kinds construction planes of (m,&beta and (∫dm/r,&theta,I don't understander their meaning,What do they stand for?Thank you for your answer.
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