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Solving for Vb*Vb* = 1.21667E-28 meters per second

I just plug the numbers into the equation.

The equation I write is self-evident to me.

I always write the solutions on my test and try to work backwards.

I only think in terms of my units.

All equations and values can be found in physics 1 course.

Vb* = 1.21667E-28 meters per second

So from what textbook/course did this value come from?

I guess it is necessary to explain everything.

The equation for Vb* is my equation which is derived from pieces of standard equations and standard units.

GG: It is on the first page at the start of this discussion

Vb* = expansion rate of Bohr orbit from near zero to present, 30 degrees is my selected phase angle.