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Welcome Inquisitive Physicists!

If you are here, it could mean that you are interested in learning some physics material. Well, I am glad you are able to join me to explore what entails the physics section of andrew's notebook. Take a look below for the available topics that is/will be offered:
\[F_{net} = ma\] \[W = \int_{x_o}^{x} F(x) dx\] \[Power = \frac{dW}{dt}\]

Physics I

This is the first part of physics where you get to explore more of the mechanics of how objects move about! This can help you gain transferable knowledge that is later used in chemical engineering. This might mostly be understanding what work is, how does friction play a part in a system, oscillations, etc. This is a good way to expand your knowledge of why things act the way they do.
\[V = IR\] \[\nabla \cdot E = \frac{\rho}{\epsilon_{o}}\] \[\int_A B \cdot dA = 0 \]

Physics II

While it might seem that the conintuation of physics I be the study of more mechanics, it is actually more of a deviation to other matters of the subjects. In physics II, we will be exploring more of electricity and magnetism. You will be exposed to simple circuits, magnets, different types of forces, etc. It is also explained how and why electricity and magnetism are related through the use of maxwell's equations! This is not too important, in my opinion, in your chemical engineering, although it is always good to know more!