Are people a solid?
Not really considering people are made of water.
Because both eat solids and take in fluids
A solid has a definite shape and definite volume. Its particles arebarely moving. There are two types of solids crystalline andamorphous. A crystalline solid are made of cryst…als and have aspecific molocule pattern. An amorphous solid, such as rubber,doesn't have a specific molecule pattern.
A substance with a definite volume, and a definite shape. Changing the shape takes work or force.
i think its about like -40 to -70 degress celsius if naked
definite shape,definite volume,cannot be compressed.
a sloid stays still
I'm pretty sure both.
Everything around you is either a solid, liquid, or gas. (Or plasma, counting the 4th state of matter)
Well, actually people who are good at math are usually pretty good at programming. Programming involves one creating an "equation" you could call it, to meet requirements. You… create code to meet program requirements. It's like creating an formula to solve a problem.
Physicists think differently than mathematicians. Mathematiciansvalue pure logical consistency which follows from fundamentalaxioms and applications of pure reason. Physicists… are scientistswho want to build a theory that will predict nature. Physicistsfind that mathematics helps them do so, and so they use math forthat purpose. But, in my opinion, mathematics works so well forphysics because mathematics describe nature at a fundamental level.It just takes a while to get to it. For example, Isaac Newton invented differential and integralcalculus for the purpose of evaluating problems involving forces.Force = mass*acceleration, and the double integral of accelerationwith respect to time is distance traveled. Mathematicians didn't fully accept Newton's calculus for around 100years until someone defined limits, which are required forderivatives and integrals, in a rigorous mathematical format calledthe delta-epsilon definition. I won't go into here, but it would besomething to look into. . ' . +++ In my experience, working for professional physicists andengineers, the questioner is seeking an explanation for a myth, orat least a grave misunderstanding. Whilst Pure Mathematics may beaway with the fairies at times, you are at a serious disadvantagefor physics and chemistry - and engineering - if you have a WEAKbackground in maths. . Just come back to this by chance. Answers ought keep the creditsright and sort out the lack of [CRLF] in the typing. My part wasonly the paragraph after the plus signs.
This is way to vague and confusing. Please rephrase and resubmit. Be more specific.
why people use soilds and not use liquids or gases to build houses
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Because liquids and gas make lousy houses.
Because everything around us is either a Solid,Liquid or a Gase.
Because you can't
pretty solid it was metal so I am guessing that it would be prettysolid