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10545189 No.10545189 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

If I want to understand and studty physics, should I understand chemistry first?

>> No.10545191

no

>> No.10545201
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If you want more than a surface level of knowledge you must. Chemistry is just applied physics after all.

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>>10545189

>> No.10546316

>>10545189
General chemistry (Chang Book for example) then you are ready to start physics and calculus.

>> No.10546321

understand math first

>> No.10546401

>>10545201
That pic is pretty stupid, considering math is just a tool to study all the stuff on the left.

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>>10545201
lol

>> No.10546444

>>10545189
It's probably easier to go from physics to chemistry than it is to start with chemistry.

>> No.10546447

>>10546401
but none of the left are used to stuft pure math.

ergo, everything is just applied maths

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