# User talk:D.H

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Hi, I'm checking some of the work of a new and very enthusiastic validator and I've picked up a couple of formulae that might need adjusting, but I wanted to check with you on these as my theoretical physics is a long time ago. On this page you've got formulae 2 & 3 both with a power of $\frac{{3}}{{2}}$ in the denominator. Is this right? The printing looks to me like it should be a simple multiplier. Thanks, Beeswaxcandle (talk) 07:40, 31 October 2013 (UTC)
Thanks for validating the article. Regarding your question, $\tfrac{{3}}{{2}}$ is indeed a power. Fortunately, Michelson's paper was also published in the "Philosophical Magazine" of April 1882, where the formulas have been printed more carefully. It's online at the Internet Archive, p. 239. Regards, --D.H (talk) 08:54, 31 October 2013 (UTC)