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Newton's Laws of Exams

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Newton's Law of Exams

 

1st Law

"Every book will continue to remain at rest or covered in dust until an external or internal exam acts on it."

 

2nd Law

"The rate of change of knowledge is proportional to the applied study and the change of knowledge is in the direction of the studies."

 

3rd Law

"Every exam force has an equal and opposite study force which acts simultaneously."

 

4th Law

"When two exams collide, the total knowledge before the collision is equal to the knowledge after the collision."

 

 

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