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Okay. Speed then. Let's try this: \(\displaystyle x = x_0 + vt\). This becomes \(\displaystyle X = X_0 + VT \implies \dfrac{x}{X4} = \dfrac{x_0}{X4} + \dfrac{v}{X4} \cdot t\)?"...As a concrete example, does X4 have an effect on F = ma? From what you have written we get F = MA leading to..."
Rabbit htam9876 is just talking speed while Dandan has jumped ahead to acceleration...
So, this semi-tramp has to halt and again praise that dragon: genius...
Most of Introductory level QM deals with Linear Algebra at its base concepts. Along with that concept comes "linear superposition," which means that we can simply add the wavefunctions as they move with respect to each other."...You need Mathematics to understand the theory... Mathematics is one of the most important tools in Physics..."
Again, watch the the equation shown in the attached picture above.
Is there an engagement in authentic math to date that it means superposition of states? Why couldn't't we misconsider that it means a particle can be transformed to sum of a series of particles? And then, people will get "infinite amount of energy".