Soft question: Why are all mathematicians good physicists as well, and vice-versa?
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Because they know algebra and geomatry and you have to be precise in order to be a physicist :P
I wish I could become a mathematician by knowing only algebra and geometry...
Hey I may be in college but math still h8es me :( so I'm pretty sure no matter how much geo. and alg. I know I'll never be a mathematician lol
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Because Mathematics is related to Physics; or you can say it the other way round. For instance, in Calculus you learn about Simple Harmonic Motion, Projectiles Motion, etc. That is related to Physics. There is also a quote by Richard Feynman that states it.
Thank you @mud116 @Mimi_x3.
What's wrong estudier?
I never said anything was wrong....:-)
Another related question comes in my mind. May I ask?
Well, not all Mathematicians are good at Physics, if you think about it; it depends on there degree if its Pure Mathematics or Applied Mathematics..
I think someone once said that physics was too important to be left to the physicists....
But maybe you caould just as well substitute mathematics and mathematicians...:-)