What Are the Most Interesting Areas of Physics for a High School Student?

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In summary, the most interesting areas of physics for high school students include mechanics, which deals with motion and forces; electromagnetism, which explores the relationship between electricity and magnetism; and thermodynamics, which studies the behavior of heat and energy. Other exciting areas of physics for high school students include quantum mechanics, which delves into the strange world of atoms and subatomic particles, and astrophysics, which examines the mysteries of the universe and celestial bodies. These topics offer a combination of theoretical concepts and real-world applications, making them engaging and relevant for high school students. Additionally, learning about these areas of physics can help students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills that are valuable in any career path.
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hii everyone...am Aryan Kumar
am in 12th grade and i like Physics and maths...am not pro in maths but am trying best to improve...i like number theory.. calculus.. geometry... mechanics and thermodynamics the most...i like imagining different out of box situations and deriving stuffs ;)
nice to meet you all... thank you
 
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Welcome to the forum. Be careful here about espousing "out of the box" situations since personal theories are banned. We specialize (mostly) in what is well established physics.
 
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phinds said:
Welcome to the forum. Be careful here about espousing "out of the box" situations since personal theories are banned. We specialize (mostly) in what is well established physics.
nah...only those situations which are well established with naths and go along with scientific methods :)
 
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