Physics
Physics is a natural science that studies the properties of matter and energy , establishing relationships between them. It is based on experiments , observations and mathematical formulations aimed at the interpretation of fundamental questions of nature, relating to a great number of phenomena, ranging from subatomic to macrocosmic scales.
The word Physics derives from the ancient Greek phisis, which means “nature.” It is a science grounded in experimental observations and mathematical laws. Its main purpose is to explain the various phenomena resulting from interactions between matter , movement and energy.
Physics: Table Of Contents

01. Kinematics

02. Dynamics

03. Static

04. Hydrostatic

05. Impulse

06. Work, power, energy

07. Molecular Physics

08. Thermodynamics

09. Electrostatics

10. Electric current

11. Magnetism

12. Fluctuations

13. Optics

14. SRT, atomic and nuclear physics
This is one of the oldest disciplines and had its beginning marked by astronomical observations made by ancient peoples of the whole world. It tries to explain the operation of the Universe in the most fundamental way possible, based on the precepts of scientific methodology and mathematical language .
It is about the science that studies the properties of nature with the support of mathematics . Physics is responsible for analyzing the characteristics of energy , time and matter , as well as the links that are established between them.