Talk:List of common physics notations
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Under B Magnetic Field is not listed as a possible thing to call it, though alternate name like Magnetic Flux Density are given. I can cite textbooks that call B the Magnetic Field as well, so could that be added to the article?
Alphabetize and speed of light
somebody wants to alphabetize?
This isn't a stub
It provides all the information this article should provide, so I removed the stub designation. It could use some elaboration, but it doesn't need much.
Separate section for constants
I was wondering if constants (such as c, e, pi, etc.) should be put in a separate section/table. I would suggest the constant table's columns would be for the symbol (c), what the symbol represents (speed of light in a vacuum), and the quantity (299,792,458 meters per second (m/s)).
I noticed that stiffness (k) is not listed here. It is my understanding that it is a common physics notation, so is there a reason it shouldn't be here, or should it be added? — Tuxipεdia(talk) 21:24, 16 June 2017 (UTC)