Table of Contents

- 1 What is more difficult physics or mathematics?
- 2 Which is easy maths or physics?
- 3 How many questions are there in Imo?
- 4 How is physics related to mathematics?
- 5 Is mathematics and physics the same?
- 6 How hard are the physics and math problems of the week?
- 7 What are the disadvantages of being a physicist or engineer?

## What is more difficult physics or mathematics?

Physics is harder. If you major in physics then you’ll end up taking almost as much math as the math majors.

### Which is easy maths or physics?

If you clearly understand the concepts of maths and physics, both are easier. Especially physics is based on concept application(imagination and visualization included) based subject so it can be much more difficult for the bookworms and those who dont understand the concepts.

#### How many questions are there in Imo?

The Question Paper Consists of Four Sections

Subject | No. of Questions | Total Marks |
---|---|---|

Mathematical Reasoning | 10 (1 mark per question) | 10 |

Everyday Mathematics | 10 (1 mark per question) | 10 |

Achievers Section | 5 (2 marks per question) | 10 |

Grand Total | 35 | 40 |

**Which is better math or physics?**

Depending on the criteria you use, you can make either one come out on top. So the answers are: math is more important than physics; physics is more important than math; math and physics are equally important.

**Is physics different from math?**

They are completely different. Physics uses mathematics. Some mathematics has been motivated or developed for physics. * Physics is “the branch of science concerned with the nature and properties of matter and energy.”

Math and physics are two closely connected fields. For physicists, math is a tool used to answer questions. For mathematicians, physics can be a source of inspiration, with theoretical concepts such as general relativity and quantum theory providing an impetus for mathematicians to develop new tools.

### Is mathematics and physics the same?

#### How hard are the physics and math problems of the week?

Some problems are new, and some are classics. Half of them are physics (the odd weeks), and half are math (the even weeks). In most cases they’re quite difficult. After all, I call them “Problems of the Week,” and not “Problems of the Hour”!

**What are the difficulties faced by students when solving mathematical problems?**

The data gathered were analyzed to explore difficulties faced by students when solving problems. The major results of the study showed that the students’ difficulties are on the inability to translate problem into mathematical form and inability to use correct mathematics. I.

**How do physicists and Engineers solve math problems?**

The physicist or engineer must assess the situation, decide how to represent it mathematically, decide what needs to be solved and then solve the problem. Students who are not well versed in solving ‘multi-step’ problems in mathematics are very likely to struggle with the application of their mathematical knowledge.

## What are the disadvantages of being a physicist or engineer?

Lack of problem solving skills Physics and engineering problems are not usually clearly ‘signposted’ from a mathematical point of view. The physicist or engineer must assess the situation, decide how to represent it mathematically, decide what needs to be solved and then solve the problem.