I do not know what "division of physics" specifically refers to. If you are looking for the axiomatization of physics (one of Hilbert's problems), read the article below:
There is no quantum physics of a moose. Quantum physics is a type of theoretical physics, and its laws do not apply to physical objects
Of all the sciences, physics is very demanding for maths. So if you are really strong at maths, physics might just be for you
It really depends. If you are good at understanding the concepts of math and you think you can grasp the concepts of physics (which is not bad at all), then you will do fine in physics. Physics is like 50% math 50% concepts. This is my second year of physics (I am doing Physics with Calculus now) and it really isn't as bad as most people think.
5 branches of physics
Mathematics is the Microscope and Telescope and Language of Physics.
What division of science is physics is belong?
what are the different division of physics
physics is everything..................
physical and biological physics
physics chemistry and biology :)
Classical physics and (Quantum or modern) Physics Mechanics Thermodynamics Sound Light Optics Magnetism Electricity
Physics, Chemistry and Biology are main divisions of science.
Physics, Chemistry and biology are main divisions of science.
The phrase "other divisions" implies that you already have some division or divisions in mind. But you have chosen not to share that information. So it is not possible to tell whether you know of just one division of physics and want a list of the rest or if you know of 20 and want the remainder. Furthermore, any division, such as mechanics, can be considered a single division of physics or it can be considered as consisting of divisions such as statics, dynamics, moments and so forth.
The two major divisions in physics are classical and modern physics. The subdivisions on the other hand are mechanics, thermodynamics, acoustics and so many more.