For the simplest possible example:

t = 1 second

T^1 = 100 cs

T^2 = (1 × 100) / (1 / 100) = 100² = 10000 cs²

A = 1 × 100 = 100 centiseconds (cs)

B = 1 / 100 = 0.01 hectoseconds (hs)

Note how 100, 1 and 0.01 all equal the same length of time.

Equipment.

You need a calculator that converts decimals to fractions to practice mathematics and time. I recommend the Natural Scientific Calculator.

Requirements.

There are just a few very simple things you need to know to practice maths and time. You can learn them all in seconds.

1. Orders of magnitude (time).

https://mathsandtime.com/orders-of-magnitude-time/

As in attosecond (as) and exasecond (Es) etc. The above link is used for quick reference.

2. Scientific notation.

https://www.purplemath.com/modules/exponent3.htm

As in 2.3855886103 × 10^13

X = 2.3855886103

3. Basics rules of exponents.

https://www.purplemath.com/modules/exponent.htm

As in when you multiply two exponents you add the exponents.

X × 10^13 × 10^6 = X × 10^19

And when you divide two exponents you subtract the exponents.

X × 10^6 / 10^13 = X × 10^-7

That is about it!

Question.

An example of a square of time:

(ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE AND EXPONENTS)

B = A/T^2 = X × 10^4 Ms

What are the magnitudes of T^1, T^-1, T^2 and T^-2?

What are the powers n of X × 10^n for A and t?

T^1 = √(A/B) = 10^6 μs

T^-1 = √(B/A) = 10^-6 Ms

T^2 = A/B = 10^12 μs²

T^-2 = B/A = 10^-12 Ms²

A = BT^2 = X × 10^4 × 10^12 = X × 10^16 μs

t = A/T^1 = X × 10^16 / 10^6 = X × 10^10 s

It is an inverse square of time!
For the simplest possible example: t = 1 second T^1 = 100 cs T^2 = (1 × 100) / (1 / 100) = 100² = 10000 cs² A = 1 × 100 = 100 centiseconds (cs) B = 1 / 100 = 0.01 hectoseconds (hs) Note how 100, 1 and 0.01 all equal the same length of time. Equipment. You need a calculator that converts decimals to fractions to practice mathematics and time. I recommend the Natural Scientific Calculator. https://8uvp.app.link/FeZPwAXF1V Requirements. There are just a few very simple things you need to know to practice maths and time. You can learn them all in seconds. 1. Orders of magnitude (time). https://mathsandtime.com/orders-of-magnitude-time/ As in attosecond (as) and exasecond (Es) etc. The above link is used for quick reference. 2. Scientific notation. https://www.purplemath.com/modules/exponent3.htm As in 2.3855886103 × 10^13 X = 2.3855886103 3. Basics rules of exponents. https://www.purplemath.com/modules/exponent.htm As in when you multiply two exponents you add the exponents. X × 10^13 × 10^6 = X × 10^19 And when you divide two exponents you subtract the exponents. X × 10^6 / 10^13 = X × 10^-7 That is about it! Question. An example of a square of time: (ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE AND EXPONENTS) B = A/T^2 = X × 10^4 Ms What are the magnitudes of T^1, T^-1, T^2 and T^-2? What are the powers n of X × 10^n for A and t? Answer: T^1 = √(A/B) = 10^6 μs T^-1 = √(B/A) = 10^-6 Ms T^2 = A/B = 10^12 μs² T^-2 = B/A = 10^-12 Ms² A = BT^2 = X × 10^4 × 10^12 = X × 10^16 μs t = A/T^1 = X × 10^16 / 10^6 = X × 10^10 s It is an inverse square of time!
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