With that in hand, they could easily calculate the distance to the other with the

inverse-square method.

The time-retarded version for Newton's

inverse-square law becomes

Forget the

inverse-square law when you're using flash.

Realizing that the cost penalty was exponential, Geaslin's rule, the

Inverse-Square Rule for Deferred Maintenance, was created, which states: If a part is known to be failing, and the repair is deferred and allowed to remain in service until the next level of failure, the resultant expense will be the square of the failed part.

When the size-doubling T-score ratios for recognition and recall are themselves treated as a ratio, we have an inter-gender size-doubling ratio that is an

inverse-square.

Another supporting argument is that the small and stealthy UCAV is survivable enough to get closer to the threat emitter, allowing the

inverse-square law to work to an advantage.

Recognition of the laws of motion and of the

inverse-square law of universal gravitation were strongly linked with each other, since motions of planets and comets provide the clearest test for any theory of motion.

An interesting example is the borrowing of Newton's

inverse-square law by international trade theorists in economics.

If it is as fast, one would expect

inverse-square law attenuation of the psi signal.

The

inverse-square law of sound intensity decrease with distance would apply: every doubling of distance from the sound source reduces the sound intensity by 6 dB.

Testing the

inverse-square law of gravity in boreholes at the Nevada Test Site.

The brainchild of astronomer Mordehai Milgrom, MOND posits that when gravity gets really weak--as it does in the outskirts of galaxies--it no longer follows Isaac Newton's

inverse-square law.