__ ____How to learn physics from beginning?__

advice to freshmen and high school physics students |

## To learn **physics from beginning** you should first know that *physics*
is understanding the laws of nature through math. Since you are asking this
question, I’m assuming that you’re comfortable with math and science.

## Are you interested in learning how electrons spin, or how heat energy and temperature is related?

## Second, **what do you want to do with physics**? Do you want to go into
academia, doing scholarly research and publishing your findings, or work in an
industry?

## I’d say physics is more of an academic pursuit, compared to its
offshoot of engineering which is more job-oriented, Some professors at my
school did their bachelor’s and master’s degree in engineering, before doing
doctoral **(PhD) in Physics**, engineering comes after understanding the physics.

**(PhD) in Physics**

## The best part about studying Physics is that it can be considered the liberal arts of the sciences. That means you’re learning about everything, such as how gases behave, how energy is transferred, how light behaves as both a wave and particle, and etc., without getting into the nitty-gritty and specifics of more focused sciences such as chemistry.

## It will be a good idea to learn some elementary algebra and simple solutions to inequalities, From that point you can take an introductory book that deals with Newton's laws, They are by far the easiest to comprehend from a beginner , you can go further ahead in physics by studying electromagnetism or particle physics however for that you also need to step up on your math abilities , It is certainly true that without a solid math background you cannot go as deep in understanding physics phenomena .

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__ Steps to learning physics from beginning:__

So
* if you want to learn physics*, You will
need to learn concepts first, know them well enough to relate them in straight
forward language that anyone can understand, Only then proceed with the math.
Always keep in mind that math is to supplement physics, not supplant it. Any
teacher who throws a bunch of equations, formulas, theorems and proofs at you
without in any way explaining the underlying concepts is worthless, You’ll be
better off studying physics on your
own <<< 👈👈

*Once you ask and get answers to these questions: *

## 1-
What does the term (all physics happens at
the margin) mean? This was bandied about when I was an undergrad, but neither
one professor nor textbook ever gave an answer. If it is the underlying
principle of physics, hell, of all science, then why isn’t it far better
understood or explained? That should give you an insight as to the poor quality
of most science I’ll give you the answer, it means that NO physics takes place
until there is a change in energy, *Think of the two forms of energy, potential
and kinetic*. What does potential mean? It means a latent ability to do
something. Until it does that something, meaning transform into kinetic energy,
the margin is the point where that change takes place.

## 2-
Why was calculus invented? Why do we take
limits of a function?

## 3- *
**Understand the concept of the pure
number*, If you’re thinking you haven’t heard of such a thing, A pure number is
a fraction, percentage, ratio, degree of an angle, slope of a line, exponent,
logarithm, derivative, integral, thermodynamic entropy, on and on, By that
inventory alone, it’s importance is apparent, Specifically a pure number is one
that has no units, no dimensions, it isn’t a quantity of any one thing. Instead
it’s a comparison, and as we learned in the first grade, you compare likes to
likes. For instance, in thermo entropy, you compare heat to temperature, the SI
units cancel, and guess what, you’re left with only the numbers. Why is there a
distinction between heat and temperature? What is the difference between length
and displacement, velocity and speed? Can’t tell you how much aggravation you
will avoid if you understand those differences and why they were created. Buttonhole
your proof and don’t allow them to wiggle out of not explaining those terms and
differences. Forget textbooks, they’re for the most part excrementally horrible
at explaining any of those terms, and more.

## 4- Know the definition of a force and know its equation, Know why it works with energy change.

## You’ll go
a **long way to understanding the conceptual underpinning of physics** if you
answer those questions, you’ll find that conceptually, physics and the sciences
aren’t difficult to understand, that people of normal intelligence can readily
enjoy and apply physics to their lives. Don’t allow teachers to bury their
lectures with math, you’ll get very little out of your study if you think that
is a proper teaching method.

## 5-
*Applications of physics are easy to learn and enjoy* as you would read a
magazine on technology and renewable
energy, an electric motor powering a bike, use of a pump to remove water from a
pond,

However to enjoy physics at and beyond secondary school level would require you
mastering the basics in Math’s.

## 6-
*Many say Physics and Math’s are sister sciences* many Physics students
at the university take a lot of Math’s courses, *including Calculus courses.*

Mastering the basics in Math means reviewing addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division operations and others, as well as reviewing
concepts in Algebra and use of formulas, with related graphs. (You must be at
home in dealing with numbers, almost all Physics courses would require your
knowledge to deal with mathematical operations and related concepts as in the
use of equations.)

**Take concepts in Relativity**; you will
appreciate that better if you are sure of working with the basic (speed =
distance/time) formula.

It does not matter how complicated a formula may look in a lesson, if you can
see what basic formula it is built on, you will better understand the concepts
taught.

## 7-
*While reviewing Math’s read Science and Physics magazines *where a lot
of applications(machines, tools, devices)are described ,That should help you
appreciate the principles of Physics and Math’s or Engineering.

## applied in
everyday life, Hopefully that should urge you to get excited about the subject
too ,*Lastly, read the lives of great Physicists and see how they used
their** knowledge and skills to contribute to
making the world what it is today* – read the lives of Isaac Newton, Albert
Einstein, Marie and Pierre Curie, Irene Joliot-Curie, Lise Meitner, Blaise Pascal,
Archimedes, Galileo etc.

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