Hello. I want to study Physics. I'm 14(15 next month). I know Newton's Laws of Motion. I want to know in what order should I study Physics. I know 9th grade Algebra. No books please.
No books please.
For what it's worth, I would recommend working ahead in math first.Hello. I want to study Physics. I'm 14(15 next month). I know Newton's Laws of Motion. I want to know in what order should I study Physics. I know 9th grade Algebra.
If this is because of price, I understand completely. If you just don't like books, I recommend learning to read. Look at the following site (this is for physics, regardless of whether you have the math background):No books please.
If this is because of price, I understand completely.
libraries also stock old textbooks you can check out....Note however that used textbooks are a lot cheaper than new ones, especially for old editions that are no longer currently sold and used in classes. The actual physics doesn't change from one edition to another. Publishers come out with new editions every few years because they want to keep on making money.
My school offers Living Environment which I finished. This year I'm taking Earth Science. If I do horrible in Mathematics this year I'll get Planetary Science,if I do O.K in Mathematics I'll get Chemistry and if I do excellent in Mathematics I'll get Physics.
No books is not because of the price and I love books. It's just that I don't want to have to keep turning pages >.>.
HS Geometry is not a very useful subject(in fact, is is almost useless).
Refresh on your Algebra and study Calculus on your own.
This is certainly not true.A good understanding of basic euclidean geometry is as essential as basic algebra. Both subject might appear to be useless when you have studied calculus and other more advanced mathematics, but this is because by this time you do them almost without thinking.