## Can physics exist without chemistry?

Without the universe existing (physics) and all the elements existing within it (which is also physics) and without all the forces acting upon the elements (still physics), there would be no chemistry to exist. Particles (physics) + forces (physics) = chemistry.

## Which is harder physics or chemistry?

Originally Answered: Is chemistry harder to learn than physics? That depends on the branch of chemistry/physics and the person. Introductory chemistry is less mathematical than introductory physics and for this reason many people will find introductory chemistry to be easier.

## Which is better physics or chemistry?

Understanding is more effective in physics than is memorization. If you pick experimental physics or chemistry you will crunch a lot of data and use statistics a lot. Apart from the statistics, physics requires more advanced levels of mathematics than chemistry.

## Which is better biology chemistry or physics?

Biology is the study of life. Chemistry is the study of matter. Physics is the study of forces and particles. Biology is a branch off of chemistry which is a branch off of physics so I could say physics if I want a real fundamental understanding of things.

## What is the most difficult topic in physics?

Top Ten Hardest Physics Topics

- Quantum Mechanics. Well, Niels Bohr said that anyone who is not shocked by quantum theory has not understood it.
- Electromagnetism.
- Projectile Motion.
- String Theory.
- Electronics.
- General Relativity.
- Relative Velocity.
- Radiation.

## What is the hardest topic in maths?

The ten most difficult topics in Mathematics

- Topology and Geometry.
- Combinatory.
- Logic.
- Number Theory.
- Dynamic system and Differential equations.
- Mathematical physics.
- Computation.
- Information theory and signal processing.

## What is the easiest topic in math?

However Statistics and Probability are the easy topics beacuse you don’t need any prerequisite mathematics knowledge to solve problems in these topics….I can give you a geometry question which can involve the following concepts :

- Mensuration.
- Circle properties.
- Graphs.
- Inequalities.
- Number theory.
- Trigonometry.
- Calculus.

## What is the highest level of math?

Calculus