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PHYSICS NOTES FOR FORM THREE
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TOPIC 1 - APPLICATIONS OF VECTORS
TOPIC 2 - FRICTION
TOPIC 3 - LIGHT
TOPIC 4 - OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS
TOPIC 5 - THERMAL EXPANSION
TOPIC 6 - TRANSFER OF THERMAL ENERGY
TOPIC 7 - MEASUREMENT OF THERMAL ENERGY
TOPIC 8 - VAPOUR AND HUMIDITY
TOPIC 9 - THERMAL CURRENT ELECTRICITY
IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICS IN OUR DAILY LIFE - PART 3
14. Physics is a basic tool by which the doctor understands most drug reactions. A bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery (MBBS) is one of the best degrees to become a doctor. If you want to become a doctor, you need to study physics.
15. A Wide Range of Career Opportunities
If you’re wondering about what kind of jobs there are with a physics degree, the great answer is that there are so many to choose from!
Although a physics degree is naturally highly embedded in science, physics graduates don’t necessarily have to go into jobs that are scientific in nature, and you certainly don't have to become a scientist or physicist if you don't want to.
Of course, if you have your heart set on becoming an astrophysicist or a laboratory technician, then you can naturally pursue those avenues, but it's also important to note that there are other career paths out there for physics graduates.
For example, physics graduates may find themselves working in a variety of different sectors, such as: Government or the public sector, Business and finance or Technology.
16. Physics Clears the Air
Physics is used in environmental science to both detect problems and to build systems that are better for the environment with technologies such as solar power and plasma physics.
17. Physics Designs the Future
Research in materials physics has led to many innovations in the substances from which products are made. One now-common material is Teflon Other substances are now used to make many items from sports equipment to earthquake-resistant buildings.
18. A physics student develops is a sense of wonder about how things work. We are living in a technologically advanced age in which the average person relies on technology without understanding how that technology works. How many of us have looked at a DVD disc, and wondered how it can contain an entire film? Who has held an ipod and thought about how so many songs can be squeezed into a tiny space? Physics teaches us a method of systematic thinking and also the theories necessary to allow us to once again understand how the things we rely on actually work.