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Degeneracy and Volume

Postby 905373636 » Mon Feb 03, 2020 1:42 pm

Is W2/W1 always equal to V2/V1?

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Re: Degeneracy and Volume

Postby Alex Tchekanov Dis 2k » Mon Feb 03, 2020 2:00 pm

They are not equal values, however, they are proportional

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Re: Degeneracy and Volume

Postby sarahforman_Dis2I » Mon Feb 03, 2020 2:01 pm

905373636 wrote:Is W2/W1 always equal to V2/V1?


The proportion between W2/W1 and V2/V1 will always be equal, although the value of W2 and V2 will be different.

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Re: Degeneracy and Volume

Postby 005162902 » Mon Feb 03, 2020 4:49 pm

sarahforman_Dis2I wrote:
905373636 wrote:Is W2/W1 always equal to V2/V1?


The proportion between W2/W1 and V2/V1 will always be equal, although the value of W2 and V2 will be different.


How can the proportions be the same but the values be different? Can someone please elaborate or give an example so I can further understand? (:

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Re: Degeneracy and Volume

Postby Chantel_2I » Mon Feb 03, 2020 5:32 pm

005162902 wrote:
sarahforman_Dis2I wrote:
905373636 wrote:Is W2/W1 always equal to V2/V1?


The proportion between W2/W1 and V2/V1 will always be equal, although the value of W2 and V2 will be different.


How can the proportions be the same but the values be different? Can someone please elaborate or give an example so I can further understand? (:


W2 does not necessarily equal V2 and W1 does not equal V1. But, as a straight forward example, imagine how 1/2 is equal to 50/100. 1 does not equal 50 and 2 does not equal 100, but they both represent the same proportion.

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Re: Degeneracy and Volume

Postby Jainam Shah 4I » Mon Feb 03, 2020 9:38 pm

You can have their ratios be equal, but the expressions do not have to be equal to each other.

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Re: Degeneracy and Volume

Postby RichBollini4G » Tue Feb 04, 2020 2:44 pm

Chantel_2I wrote:
005162902 wrote:
sarahforman_Dis2I wrote:
The proportion between W2/W1 and V2/V1 will always be equal, although the value of W2 and V2 will be different.


How can the proportions be the same but the values be different? Can someone please elaborate or give an example so I can further understand? (:


W2 does not necessarily equal V2 and W1 does not equal V1. But, as a straight forward example, imagine how 1/2 is equal to 50/100. 1 does not equal 50 and 2 does not equal 100, but they both represent the same proportion.

Thank you


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