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how can i relate the physics in my daily life?

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  1. anonymous
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    Physics is on every thing. Exemple : You can turn left your car because there is the friction.

  2. anonymous
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    ooh..i see.tht's a good idea..

  3. anonymous
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    thnks a lot..is there any example?

  4. anonymous
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    Hm, think about you doing the cofe in the morning, the fire giving energy to the water

  5. Mani_Jha
    • 4 years ago
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    Keep learning physics and always be alert. The best learning comes from observation. Just see what is happening around you in nature, and try to explain it on the basis of what u have learnt. physics becomes enjoyable then. Conduct your own experiments and solve problems with as least help as possible. Learn physics as if u are Albert Einstein

  6. anonymous
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    wow! what a useful sugestions..

  7. anonymous
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    i guess u must be an excellent student,rite? by the way,thnk u very much

  8. anonymous
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    thnk u rodrigo 4 giving me a medal!

  9. Mani_Jha
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    No I m not currently, but i am still learning!

  10. anonymous
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    You did a really great question bro, It's important keep this curiosity and interece. Congratulations.

  11. anonymous
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    umm,that's good enough 4 me to love this subject..haha

  12. anonymous
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    thnk u 4 ur kindness hosien

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