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Examples & Proofs/ Classical Physics/ Electromagnetism/ Electrostatics (& definitions)...-Page 7/I/C1

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 ~best viewed 800x600, ~toggle F11 for full image ST Interactional Dimensions # description ST unit 71 Coulomb's Law SIV/TIV 72a Coulomb's Law review-a SIII/TII 72b Coulomb's Law review-b SVI/TIV 72c Coulomb's Law review-c SIV/TIV 73 permeability of the vacuum TII/SII 74 permittivity of free space-1 S0/T0 75 permittivity of free space-2 S0/T0 76 Coulomb's Law restated SIV/TIV 77 Ampere SIII/TIII 78 Coulomb SIII/TII 79 potential difference SII/TII 80 electron volt SV/TIV Remember the first four "Rules of the Matrix." 1.-The area on the matrix defines the physical quantity and units . 2.-All net areas and spaces are counted from the origin, 0. 3.Pure spatial or temporal dimensions never appear by themselves in a quadrant. 4.-It is only in perpendicular combination(s) that space and time dimensions dynamically interact to form ST interactional dimensions (STID).

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 ~best viewed 800x600, ~toggle F11 for full image ST Interactional Dimensions # description ST unit 81 electric field SI/TII 82 Gauss' Law SIII/TII 83 potential energy SV/TIV 84 potential difference isolated point charge SII/TII 85a capacitance SI 85b capacitance in farads SI 86a farads-step a SVI/TVI 86b farads-step b SVI/TII 86c farads-step c SI 87 capacitance capacitor SIII/TII 88 potential energy of a capacitor SV/TIV 89 energy density of electric field SII/TIV Remember the first four "Rules of the Matrix." 1.-The area on the matrix defines the physical quantity and units . 2.-All net areas and spaces are counted from the origin, 0. 3.Pure spatial or temporal dimensions never appear by themselves in a quadrant. 4.-It is only in perpendicular combination(s) that space and time dimensions dynamically interact to form ST interactional dimensions (STID).

 I. Classical Physics-----------------|Index| A. Newtonian Mechanics 1. Motion-----------| 7/I/A1 | 2. Mass-------------| 7/I/A2 | 3. Momentum-------| 7/I/A3 | 4. Force ------------| 7/I/A4 | 5. Energy -----------| 7/I/A5 | B. Properties of Matter 1. Density, Stress, Pressure--------------| 7/I/B1 | 2. Temperature, Heat, Particles----------| 7/I/B2 | 3. Thermodynamics ---------------------| 7/I/B3 | 4. Wave Properties ---------------------| 7/I/B4 | 5. Electromagnetic Charge --------------| 7/I/B5 | C. Electromagnetism 1. Electrostatics (& definitions)-----------------| 7/I/C1 | 2. Time Independent Electrodynamics----------| 7/I/C2 | 3. Magnetism ----------------------------------| 7/I/C3 | 4. Time Dependent Electrodynamic-------------| 7/I/C4 | 5. Electromagnetic Waves ----------------------| 7/I/C5 |

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Page 6b- The LUFE Matrix:Geometry- Space or Time Axis (SOTA)

Page 6c- The LUFE Matrix:Geometry- Space-Time Interactional

Dimensions(STID)

Page 6d- The LUFE Matrix:Distillation of SI units into ST dimensions

Page 6e- The LUFE Matrix:Distillation of SI quantities into ST dimensions

Page 7- The LUFE Matrix Supplement: Examples and Proofs: Introduction-Layout & Rules

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Pages:
| 7/I/A1 | 7/I/A2 | 7/I/A3 | 7/I/A4 | 7/I/A5 |
| 7/I/B1 | 7/I/B2 | 7/I/B3 | 7/I/B4 | 7/I/B5 |
| 7/I/C1 | 7/I/C2 | 7/I/C3 | 7/I/C4 | 7/I/C5 |

| 7/II/A1 | 7/II/A2 | 7/II/A3 | 7/II/A4 | 7/II/A5 |
| 7/II/B1 | 7/II/B2 | 7/II/B3 | 7/II/B4 | 7/II/B5 |
| 7/II/C1 | 7/II/C2 | 7/II/C3 |
| 7/II/D1 | 7/II/D2 | 7/II/D3 |
| 7/II/E1 | 7/II/E2 | |

| 7/III/A | 7/III/B | 7/III/C |