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10 Unique Tips to Get Good Grades in Physics

PHYSICS, an interesting and provocative discipline, is the study of nature, and everyday phenomena. It aims to explain these phenomena in terms of the fundamental laws of the universe or the laws of nature.
Physics is the study of matter and energy and their relationship. It is described as the science of why things work. Physics is practically part of human life and it plays a significant role in enriching it.

10 Everyday Activities Which Use Mathematics

10 Everyday Activities Which Use Mathematics
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MATHEMATICS is defined as the study of abstract topics such as quantity (numbers), structure, space, time, measurement, and even change. It has been around since the beginning of time. The basic but fundamental activity called counting is part of this subject. Just imagine if we do not know how to count, what would life be?
Proving that the subject named Matehematics is very important and useful, the following are 10 everyday activities which use mathematics:

1. Cooking
In every recipe, measuring ingredients is very necessary. This and other aspects of cooking involve Math.

7 Tips to Learn to Love Mathematics

WE OFTEN HEAR THE REMARK, “I hate Mathematics!” But do we really realize how relevant and interesting to make it a significant part of our daily routines?    

Learning mathematics is like learning another language, so at first it will be hard but it will get progressively easier. Being not able to get the correct answer should not discourage you; it is a natural part of the learning process. So, keep on studying Math ...

The famous 'square root of three (3)' poem

Editor's note: Who says that Mathematics is cold and boring? Here's one proof that this subject many students hate could be a theme of a lovely and creative piece of art. This came from the movie "Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay."

I'M SURE THAT I will always be
A lonely number like root three

The three is all that’s good and right,
Why must my three keep out of sight
Beneath the vicious square root sign,
I wish instead I were a nine ...

Losing one's nose for mathematics

TYCHO BRAHE, THE DANISH ASTRONOMER who made comprehensive astronomical measurements of the solar system and whose data were used by his assistant, Johannes Kepler, to formulate his (Kepler) laws of planetary motion, lost his nose in a duel with one of his students over a mathematical computation.

Scholar Noel Botham in his book The Book of Useless Information (New York, NY: Penguin Group [USA] Inc., 2006) reports that Brahe wore a silver replacement nose for the rest of his life.



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