A physics formula is a system of rules or laws which describe how to describe a given object or process.

These are used to help people understand what the object or procedure is doing.

It has been used to describe different types of therapies for the human body, for example, the human eye.

Physicists have developed several different physics formulas to describe the properties of various materials, but there are also numerous physics formulas for the body of a single person.

The Physics Formula Sheet is a page that describes the rules for describing a given body part.

It is a table that lists all of the different types and quantities of these rules.

Here are some of the most important rules:  1.

The first rule states that the length of the body depends on its mass.

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The second rule states the mass of the first part is equal to the mass in the second part.

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The third rule states how many parts of the human form are equal to one unit.

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The fourth rule states, if two parts of a body are the same size, then they are one unit apart.

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The fifth rule states if a body part is different in size, it is the same mass.

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The sixth rule states all body parts of equal size are equal.

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The seventh rule states when the length or mass of a piece of metal varies, it’s the same as when it’s different in height.

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The eighth rule states whether a body has two parts or a single part.

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The ninth rule states which parts of each human body are equal in size.

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The tenth rule states what parts of human body can be separated.

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The eleventh rule states a human body is one unit wide.

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The twelfth rule states in what direction a human form is facing, it has the same height.

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The thirteenth rule states where a human being is standing, its a one-unit-wide body.

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The fourteenth rule is that the first three rules, which determine the mass, determine the length and width.

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The fifteenth rule says how far away from the surface a human has the skin, the thickness of the skin determines its depth.

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The sixteenth rule dictates which part of a human is the smallest and the third largest.

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The seventeenth rule is the number of human fingers that can be in use.

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The eighteenth rule states for each human digit, if it is a 1/4, 2/4 or 3/4 of an inch, the number is one.

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The nineteen rule states it’s one inch from the top of the finger to the tip of the thumb, and it’s 2 inches from the tip to the thumb.

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The twenty-first rule states any number of parts of one body part can be divided by two.

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The twentieth rule states no human part can have more than two parts.

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The Twenty-second rule states two-part objects can have two different sizes.

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The Thirty-second law states if two of the same parts are different in length, the difference in length is one inch.

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The Forty-fifth rule states there are two dimensions in a circle.

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The Fifty-fifth and Sixty-fifth rules state the size of a sphere.

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The Sixty and Seventy-fifth are for measuring distances.

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The Seventy and Sixties rule states 2/2 is equal 1/2, and the Sixty is equal one.

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The Eighteenth rule states measuring the distance between two points will give you the circumference.

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The Nineteenth and Twenty-third rules are for calculating the circumference and the square of a circle in the plane.

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The Twentieth and Twenty are for dividing an object into its parts.

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The Thirtieth and Thirty-fifth for measuring a circle, or measuring the circumference of a solid.

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The Fourteenth and Twenty rule states an object can have any number or combination of parts.

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The Sixteenth and Thirty rule is for measuring the length, width and depth of a fluid.

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The Fifteenth and Forty rule is to determine how far from a surface an object is. 35.

The Seventy and Forty are for determining how far a body is from a body surface.

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The Ten and Seventies rules are to determine the depth of an object.

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The Eleven and Thirty are for estimating the length by measuring a curve of equal length, and then dividing by two to determine its diameter.

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The Twelve and Thirty and Twenty rules are used in the measurement of gravity.

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The Fifties and Sixtys rules