Both Maths and Physics are intellectual subjects when you consider the myriad of theories prevalent in each field of knowledge.
This is a good answer. Also, the two subjects are deeply intertwined.
That's indeed a good answer Abdus. I know that all science subjects are intellectual. But when a choice of anyone comes, which could that be?
Yes of course, both subjects are intellectual. And both are my favourite subjects and both needs more attention and alert mind during study. But when i entered in b.tech i found maths as a more intellectual subject, because i am from CSE branch. :p
I feel physics is more intellectual. To understand Some theorems in physics, you need lateral thinking
I guess it's Physics because even Physics involves Maths in it. So it's a combination of Physics and Maths. Hope am correct
Yes sumi, krishna you both are absolutely right. Till my intermediate i always feel physics as more intellectual or mind boggling subject as it includes maths in it. You've remembered me of my fear from physics of dat time. But now i am missing that.
Interesting question! I think both are intellectual and challenging subjects, but so are many other disciplines - Chemistry, Biology, Human Sciences, Arts, Music are intellectual as well - only that we need different aspects of intelligence to master in each of these. According to me, integrating more than one disciplines - cross-disciplinary or inter-disciplinary areas of knowledge could prove to be the most challenging intellectually.
Between Physics and Math - Physics has more real life components and a few abstract components, whereas Math has more abstract components and less real life components - hence different learners will find different subjects challenging their intellect.
My dear friends,
One cannot separate... mathematics is indeed the pure language of science, especially for the science of physics. Please don't be mute; however, that is better than being both **** and mute...
I think Sumi more than a subject, it's understanding makes one intellectual. One's intellectual growth depends on how well he is being taught by the teacher, and to be honest the intellectual level of teacher plays a decisive role here.
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