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Homework Help: Careers that use introductory physics concepts

  1. Jan 10, 2017 #1
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    I have an assignment on researching 2 careers that use one of the units of Physics that we've studied this year. The units we studied were Forces and motion (kinematics), Energy and Momentum, Electric and Magnetic fields, and Waves of light (not too keen on doing it for this.) I have to give a brief overview of the career, and focus on the physics involved, and also relate the career to any other physics units if applicable.

    First, I've thought of doing the first career as a Radiologist as they use MRIs in their everyday lives, which uses magnetic fields to do its job. Do you guys think its a good idea?

    Second, and more importantly, I need help finding another career that I can find good info on about the physics involved. Ones that I've tried researching don't have as much information about the physics involved unfortunately. Can anyone give any suggestions on careers that use those Physics' topics that are relatively easy to do research on? Please and thank you.
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