## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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The notion «

sense , but will be made more precise later . For the sake of simplicity , the

distinction among ru ( 0 ) , . . . , Mon ( o ) will often be omitted in the sequel and

we will ...

The notion «

**equal**result » is , for the time being , understood in an intuitivesense , but will be made more precise later . For the sake of simplicity , the

distinction among ru ( 0 ) , . . . , Mon ( o ) will often be omitted in the sequel and

we will ...

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Whenever r and a ' are equivalent , one can adjust the units or the scales , so as

to obtain

defined is clearly reflexive and symmetric ; it is also transitive , because of the ...

Whenever r and a ' are equivalent , one can adjust the units or the scales , so as

to obtain

**equal**results from both r and r ' . The equivalence relation abovedefined is clearly reflexive and symmetric ; it is also transitive , because of the ...

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was designed to verify the quantitative result that the length of each rod

decreases in the ratio & , then the velocities of the two rods had to be

absolute value ) , a requirement which necessitates the use of clocks . To take

refuge to a ...

was designed to verify the quantitative result that the length of each rod

decreases in the ratio & , then the velocities of the two rods had to be

**equal**( inabsolute value ) , a requirement which necessitates the use of clocks . To take

refuge to a ...

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### Contents

Gradual infiltration of probabilitys laws into physical sciences | 1 |

Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

Introduction | 21 |

Copyright | |

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