# User talk:MCSquared

Hi, I'm trying to understand (and improve the look) of the formula you wrote in the Science article. For example the formula for the first experiment is ${\displaystyle y=s(t)}$. Is this equal to ${\displaystyle y=s\cdot t}$ or is ${\displaystyle s}$ a function with the parameter ${\displaystyle t}$? — xZise [talk] 12:15, 24 October 2013 (CDT)
${\displaystyle y=s\cdot t}$, but the formula has changed now.