Changes between Version 25 and Version 26 of u/massBElight
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v25 v26 36 36 So, the density is changing, but is the total mass? Visit can integrate these curves, and indeed the area under the curves were different, indicating a change in the total mass of the sphere. 37 37 38 Thus, it seemed justifiable to make the assumption: 1) mass of ambient stays constant, 2) calculate M(t) of the sphere with r=1.1Rbe using the Mtot query of visit. 38 Thus, it seemed justifiable to make the assumption: 1) mass of ambient stays constant, 2) calculate M(t) of the sphere with r=1.1Rbe using the Mtot query of visit. Also, since the mass of the sphere is changing, what does this mean about the boundaries supplying/removing mass from the box? 39 39 40 40 Using this data, I found the following curve for M(t) of this sphere: