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Who can help in physics?

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  1. mathsmind
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    personally i haven't but what subject do you want to know about?

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    yes but what subject on physics? mechanics, electricity ...etc

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  3. mathsmind
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    ok do you mean you want to go by the book chapter .. chapter right

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    let me see if i can find the book on the net

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    ok i found the book

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    so part one is about linear motion , and motion in general which is considered to be part of mechanics

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    part two of part one is about gravitation, oscillation, waves

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    volume two part3 is about electricity

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    part4 EM

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    part5 nuclear physics

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  11. mathsmind
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    also a bit on quantum physics

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  12. mathsmind
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    so you want someone to give you a lecture

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  13. mathsmind
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    one important thing in physics or maths is to learn how to derive expressions, to fully understand the principle

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    otherwise you will make a lot of mistakes and struggle

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    i know you are going to say this is a foundation and basic, but trust me if you don't build your knowledge on a strong foundation then every thing will collaps

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    @some_someone, the best thing is to ask a specific question. Start a new thread if you have one.

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