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  3. Inverse-square law - Wikipedia

    Formula. Mathematically notated (see ∝): It can also be mathematically expressed as: = or as the formulation of a constant quantity: = The divergence of a vector field which is the resultant of radial inverse-square law fields with respect to one or more sources is everywhere proportional to the strength of the local sources, and hence zero outside sources.

  4. Jerry Lewis - Wikipedia

    Jerry Lewis (born Joseph Levitch; March 16, 1926 – August 20, 2017) was an American comedian, actor, singer, filmmaker and humanitarian, who appeared in over 60 films and other media, from the days of Martin & Lewis to his solo era. Lewis not only worked behind the scenes as director, producer and screenwriter, but helped develop and ...

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  6. List of unidentified decedents in the United States - Wikipedia

    He was also found with a cell phone case, an MP3 player with headphones, a crystal clear cube, scissors, nail clippers, a USB drive, bus tickets, and a receipt from a clinic in Hermosillo, Sonora with the name "Junio Joel Ruiz" dated June 4, 2008. The name found on the receipt could not be confirmed by Mexican authorities.

  7. Timeline of United States inventions (1890–1945) - Wikipedia

    1928 Ice cube tray. An ice cube tray is a tray divided into compartments. It is designed to be filled with water, then placed in a freezer until the water freezes to ice, producing ice cubes. The first flexible ice cube tray was invented by Lloyd Groff Copeman in 1928. 1928 Bubble gum