Hello, I have had conceptual physics courses with very little math involved and I have had math through my first term of calculus. So far I really like them both. However, I am unsure about what to expect when physics is combined with calculus. Is it mostly problem solving or are there practice exercises too, like in math? I don't mind a lot of work, but I would like to know what the work is like so that I can be sure that I will enjoy it. I have it in my mind that most of the homework is sitting and figuring out problems, but I don't know if that's all or just part of it. Please advise on what I can expect the work to be like as a physics major. Thanks.