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Classical mechanics exhibits the following properties.

DivisibilityEdit

Can Classical mechanics exhibit divisibility? Yes. Classical mechanics exhibits divisibility. Classical mechanics can be divided into things called the parts of Classical mechanics.

  • What are the parts of Classical mechanics?

ComparabilityEdit

Can Classical mechanics exhibit comparability? Yes. Classical mechanics exhibits comparability. Classical mechanics can be compared to the things which differ from it. The comparison can distinguish its similarity and difference to the other things. Nothing can be compared to Classical mechanics if Classical mechanics cannot exhibit comparability.

  • What things are not compared to Classical mechanics?

ConnectivityEdit

Can Classical mechanics exhibit connectivity? Yes. Classical mechanics exhibits connectivity. Classical mechanics can be connected to things which are not connected to it.

  • What things are not connected to Classical mechanics?

DisturbabilityEdit

Can Classical mechanics exhibit disturbability? Yes. Classical mechanics exhibits disturbability. Classical mechanics is sensitive to the things which can affect it.

  • What things do not affect Classical mechanics?

ReorderabilityEdit

Can Classical mechanics exhibit reorderability? Yes. Classical mechanics exhibits reorderability. Classical mechanics can be reordered from one form to its other forms.

  • What forms are not of Classical mechanics?

SubstitutabilityEdit

Can Classical mechanics exhibit substitutability? Yes. Classical mechanics exhibits subtitutability. Classical mechanics can be substituted by the things which qualify to substitute it.

  • What things do not qualify to substitute Classical mechanics?

SatisfiabilityEdit

Can Classical mechanics exhibit satisfiability? Yes. Classical mechanics exhibits satisfiablity. Classical mechanics can satisfy those which require it.

  • What things do not require Classical mechanics?

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