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Subject:RE: spacing after a period From:"Joe Malin" <jmalin -at- tuvox -dot- com> To:"Al Geist" <al -dot- geist -at- geistassociates -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Thu, 17 Nov 2005 14:09:53 -0800
If so, it would be the second moment (or derivative), wouldn't it? The
first derivative of furlongs per fornight squared is furlongs per
fornight. That is, the first moment of acceleration is speed, and the
*2nd* moment is position.
Great. I can't remember where to put commas, but I can remember freshman
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Subject: Re: spacing after a period
quills -at- airmail -dot- net wrote:
> Wait a minute, shouldn't this center around how big the spaces are?
> Tongue in cheek,
Would those be metric spaces or a derivative of furlongs per fortnight
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