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Physics is in everything

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blog-0799203001395027084.jpegSince grade school I have been taught that math is in everything you do. Since the beginning of this semester of taking physics, I have learned that physics is involved in every single thing. When my class learned kinematics, my thought process of things change. Now when I see an object fall or thrown I think of the math that goes into its free fall or its projectile motion. When I'm driving I also think about my velocity and acceleration in my car. Since learning physics, it has taught me a lot and has also changed my perspective on the world.


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Thanks fo the thougths and perspective. Thanks for sharing that learning physics is valuable!

Did you do that drawing? It is really cool.

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