physics

what is physics? i know that its subject but what is definition of physics?

The study of matter, energy, space, and time, and the interactions thereof.

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asked by komal
  1. physics is the scientific study of matter ,energy space e.t.c.

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    posted by okafor
  2. IF A 0.5 Kg baseball(at rest) is hit by a bat with a force of 200.0 N what is the magnitude of the baseball just as it is leaving the bat?

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    posted by RICHARD
  3. Hi komal, physics most basically is the study of everything that involves nature. The word physics itself is derived from the Greek word physicos which means nature. This physics comes into being as the study of all that is present in nature.

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    posted by anum
  4. Physics is about the nature of basic things such as motion, forces, energy, matter, heat sound, light and the composition of atoms

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    posted by Ruth
  5. physics is the branches of science that deal with the behaviou of matter relation to energy.physics comes from the greek word called physicos means nature. we have engineering,biochemical physics

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