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1. To understand physics do u need a good understanding of math and chemistry?

You will need a fairly good understanding of math, but not necessarily chemistry. Think of science like a tree. Math ...

3 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 30/03/2014

2. What prerequisites would I need to take to understand the math in this book, Fundamentals of Plasma Physics?

If you don't understand the math inside start with algebra and then get some education in single variable calculus, then multivariable...

1 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 13/03/2013

3. Any advice for improving my understanding of math in physics degree?

...good that you are curious about the proofs and reasons behind the math. But when doing physics, you can never do all math from ...

3 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 20/05/2019

4. Do you have any tips on doing well/understanding physics if math is not exactly my forte?

... in the problems this will surly help. 5. If you didn't understand the math involved take help of friends or teachers. 6. Always...

5 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 14/08/2009

5. How does maths help us understand physics?

...refer to reality. " He meant the same: we do not know why our math concepts work in Nature, while when we study and understand them in mathematical rigor, this abstract and detailed knowledge of ...

5 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 31/01/2012

6. Complete, thorough math book??? To understand higher dimensions?

Okay, Here's how i understand it from the physics point of view: We are in the 3rd...

1 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 06/11/2011

7. Need Help Understanding Physics/Math Question?

Iris start at 5 and Joe starts at 10 Iris is moving in a positive direction and Joe in a negative direction. So the distance between them at t=0s is 5 Combined, they are moving 7m/s towards each other...

2 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 23/06/2007

8. Did the Vikings or Phoenicians understand the physics or math behind buoyancy when they made their boats?

The math? No, the Greeks were the first to calculate that, and it...

2 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 28/10/2012

9. Can you actually understand quantum mechanics without the math?

... just to acquire some orientation. The math is important for proving the ideas...require more concrete or logical evidence to support our understanding. Otherwise, science becomes not much more...

2 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 02/10/2014

10. ...I want to understand the math of distance, speed and time. ?

The general formula is time = distance / speed So it's a division problem. But to make the numbers come out right, you have to use consistent "units." That is, you can't use both "miles" and "feet"; you have to...

3 Answers Â· Science & Mathematics Â· 26/11/2012