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Physics SkillsTim Freegarde Physics skills BECOME A BETTERPHYSICIST .
GRADUATE WITH A BETTER DEGREE GENERAL identify physics in a physical situation apply physical laws logical deduction and mathematics.
analyse qualitatively and quantitatively compare theory with experiment or predict whathappens next Physics skills1 IDENTIFY PHYSICS IN A PHYSICAL.
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tautologies which introduce nonew physical information but Physics skills2 APPLY PHYSICAL LAWS LOGICAL DEDUCTION MATHEMATICS.
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rigorous Physics skills3 ANALYSE QUALITATIVELY AND QUANTITATIVELY APPLY and USECONSISTENTLY .
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SKETCH or PLOT GRAPHS label axes show asymptotes trends plot specific values label important features.
Physics skills4 COMPARE THEORY WITH EXPERIMENT or PREDICT WHAT HAPPENS NUMERICAL VALUES ANDINTERPRETATION precision uncertainty.
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