||One of the common problems that A-level physics students have is being slack with units and powers of 10. Often they neglect to include units in their final answers or are out by factors of 10, sometimes many factors of 10.
The BBC News Magazine has collected 10 such instances in the real word and not just in the homework of physics students.
The key message here must be take care with units and exponents!
Paying £300,000 instead of £3,000, and other mix-ups BBC News Magazine.
||At the end of this month I will be attending a summer school “Introduction to the geometry of jet spaces and nonlinear differential equations” in Wisła, Beskid Mountains, Poland. The school is being organised by the Baltic Institute of Mathematics.
The summer school will consist of lectures by Joseph Krasil’shchik and Alexander Verbovetsky, both of whom are world leading experts in the theory and application of jets to differential equations.
The period of the summer school is the 29th of June till the 6th of July.
Introduction to the geometry of jet spaces and nonlinear differential equations