The distribution function is therefore the density of particles in the six-dimensional "phase-space" combining velocity and space. Its utility arises from the presumption that because of the enormous number of particles in the problem we can let the velocity and spatial elements, that is the phase-space element d 3 vd 3 x, become almost infinitesimally small and yet still have a large number ... Let M 1 be the sum of the clockwise moments of the n masses with respect to the pivot point. Then M 1 = x 1 w 1 + x 2 w 2 + x 3 w 3 + ... + x n w n. Let F be an upward force equal in magnitude to the combined weights of all the masses and located directly under the center of gravity.
METER A unit of length, 1 meter = 39.37 inches. MUFFLER A device for reducing gas flow noise. Noise is decreased by back pressure control of gas expansion. N. NEWTON A unit of force based on the unit of mass, Kg (Kilogram), multiplied by the acceleration, M/S² (meters per second per second) which produces KGM/S², called the Newton. NEWTONMETER