Everywhere that physics is discussed it is safe to presume that the language of mathematics is never too far away. If we were to eavesdrop on these conversations, whether they occur in front of a blackboard or seated at a cafe with large enough napkins, we would not be surprised to hear and see the most instantly recognizable part of the language of mathematics: equations.
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