Christophoros Juan good question. I think so. I mean, if you get the different scaling corrects in a problem, you can immediately draw a rough shape of the boundaries within which the problem operates.

Christophoros Juan
good question.
I think so. I mean, if you get the different scaling corrects in a problem, you can immediately draw a rough shape of the boundaries within which the problem operates.

Christophoros Juan
in fact, getting the scalings correct is the same as building proper structures:

small things operate in their small rooms, much larger things operate within their much larger rooms.

 

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