Physics was really easy until I got to Thermodynamics. I have no clue why this is taking me so long to understand.
Probably because I’m trying to cram a month’s worth of lecture material into two nights’ worth of learning.
…Yeah, that’s probably it.
I’ve been messing around with the maths involving objects with very odd traits. For example, an object whose acceleration is always equal to its velocity, or a sphere whose rate of growth is always equal to its radius. I’m not sure if these concepts have already been tackled mathematically, so feel free to send any links my way. I’m just doing this for fun, so I’d love to see if there’s already been work done on stuff like this. I imagine has been.
Because of how bored I am in my algebra-based Physics class, my instructor invited me to sit in on the lectures for calculus-based physics from now on. I’m so happy!