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A clout (F) is any speed up or down or switch . The is the of a thing times the it makes.that makes a thing
The clout can be written as the:
All of the clouts of the World and Heavens come from four innermost clouts. These four innermost clouts are, the , the , and .
Sweerdom was first found by Newton, who wrote that it was the same clout that kept the heavenly bodies moving as the clout that made things quicken towards the Earth. The rathness of sweerdom is written as g, and has a score of 9.81 m/s2, and is always toward the of Earth. This is why the bulk of a thing makes it weigh more. It can be written by the worthlink on Earth, since g is only the rathness of sweerdom on Earth.
Anywhere else in the Heavens, sweerdom can be found with this worthlink:
Bernstonish-lodestone is the clout that brings about the work of with a . Fields where motes with bernstonish lading sway with each other are often called . Bernostonish-lodestone is an everyday clout, and happens with everything we do, taking out weightiness.
The kernelish clouts happen in the strong kernelish clout is what holds and together in the kernel. The strong kernelish clout is also what keeps the together inside the firstbits and neitherbits. The weak kernelish clout brings about .of an . The
Not Innermost CloutsEdit
These clouts come from the innermost clouts, but are not innermost clouts themselves.
Theis the clout that is against a moving thing's wardedness. The rubbing clout is tied with the rightnook clout. The rubbing clout has two kinds; these are the and the . Both still and moving rubbing clouts have a called μs for the still rubbing clout and the μk for the moving rubbing clout.
The spring come back to its beginning. The aftstretching clout was found by Hooke, after which Hooke's Law is called. Hooke's Law can be written by the worthlink: , where k is a stillscore, a spring stillscore, and x is the span the spring is stretched.makes a