A Mathematical Expression of a Natural Law?

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A Mathematical Expression for a natural law is simply a formula. For example, a2 + b2 = c2 is a formula denoting the natural law that the length of the longest side of a right angle shaped piece of land is equivalent to the square root of the sum of the two other dimensions. One word that describes a mathematical expression for a natural law is 'equation.'
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A mathematical expression of a natural law is a formula which has been derived to represent the principles of that particular law. Symbols are usually used or formed according to the rules applicable in the situation at hand. The use of expressions usually varies from basic arithmetic operations to more complex mathematical functions.
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what is a mathematical expression of a natural law? is a formula.
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<shrug> natural law not sue about. but prolly. e=mc^2. should work. or a^2 + b^2 = c^2. then the one word to describe all of them would be "equation"
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Maybe not so well composed, (I see that I wrote "now longer", instead of "no longer" (oops!)). My technical skills run more towards physics, math and engineering
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V = CBL P. This mathematical expression is used worldwide and in
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