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Q: Why is it required for students to be excellent in math in order to do physics and chemistry?

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Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

Generally the opposite is true as chemistry and physics are heavily mathematically based

Let's take just one example from your question: Physics. If you aren't excellent in math, you don't stand a chance in physics.

Thermodynamics is a part of physics, and physics is very closely related to maths. Physics involves a lot of mathematical equations and problems, and as such, to be good in thermodynamics, you have to be good in maths.

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At least an 80% in physics, chemistry and mathematics

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contribution of chemistry to physics

Chemistry. It does more with chemicals and medicine/health solutions than physics. Physics is more math with things that move.

Physics and chemistry use mathematics in order to quantify their observations about the world. Most mathematics were invented by scientists who needed the math to quantify their work.

Biology, physics, physical chemistry, organic chemistry, and calculus are the required courses. Recommended but not required are genetics, biochemistry, anatomy and physiology.

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