If I were to write simple code in C, I would have something like this:
Originally Posted by Shaula
So what I mean here is that the function theory() is not based on any external variable other than G, c and lambda.
float const pi = 3.1416;
float theory(float G, float c, float lambda)
return G/c^2 * 8 * pi;
float kappa(float G, float c, float lambda)
return theory(G, c, lambda);
I believe my original question was answered but is it possible to have the derived value of kappa without the simplifications? I never liked "simplifications" because it's a source of error.