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Let your imagination go wild and Learn Physics better!

Physics is the most enchanting of all sciences. Though considered by many as the toughest one anyone can learn during schooling, those who liked it started loving it and rated as the most exciting subject of all. Though Physics is referred to as an exact science, it is very much essential to have a high level of imagination to visualize things and concepts to have a deeper understanding of the subject.

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Many are not doing any type of visualizations or imaginations; they simply try to cram out what is told and what is in the text leading to confusion, lack of understanding and hence lack of interest.

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It’s not just sufficient to learn byheart a lot of formulae and statements, what remains in you after all these formulas and statements are forgotten are the ones that your have really learned. So. think over everythong you hear and read and see. Make them an experience that you will retain and remember.

Ask questions and try to find the answers and question every answer. Yes! QUESTION EVERY ANSWER!

It’s not the pre fabricated questions which help us discover new things, but the questions arising in your mind as a result of questions every idea and every theorems and principles.

As long as you are a student, dare ask questions!

Enjoy learning Physics.

The Physics of Carpet Cleaning!

Why when a hanging carpet is beaten with a stick, the dust particles start coming out of it?

Please explain to me, in a simple language.

Asked Osho Garg

Answer:

This is due to the inertia of rest of the dust particles.

When the mat is beaten suddenly with a stick, the mat moves forward, but the dust tends to remain at the same position on account of the inertia of rest. When the mat/ carpet moves, the dust particles lose support and they fall down

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