1.1 Top twelve reasons why you should study physics 12: UIU requires you to do it ÃÂ¡V American system ÃÂ¡V scientific education for business professionals or vice versa! ÃÂ¡V look better in your resume.
11: Enhance your romance -- understand why the Titanic sank, not the ice ÃÂ¡V Fluid mechanics, lecture 7 10: Better chance of survival in car collisions: momentum conservation, lecture 6 9: Better chance of survival in robbery: NewtonÃÂ¡ÃÂ¦s law and rotational equilibrium, lecture 3 and 7 8: Better investment in stock, besides FM 104 ÃÂ¡V Physics and finance, lecture 8 7: Cook better in kitchen ÃÂ¡V eggs -- Fluid mechanics, lecture 7 6: Being on time in job -- Chase after buses/ KCR/MTR more effectively ÃÂ¡V velocity and Acceleration, lecture 2 5: Learn to be tolerant, not fighting back ÃÂ¡V NewtonÃÂ¡ÃÂ¦s third law, lecture 3 4: Better understanding of what Richard Li is talking about ÃÂ¡V Physics and modern technology, lecture 8 3: Play better in office politics ÃÂ¡V Higher position/grade, higher power ÃÂ¡V Potential energy, lecture 4 2: Confirm your decision to stick with business and management ÃÂ¡V after you finish all exams in physics.
1: Better chance to win in a Lawsuit ÃÂ¡V keep asking the lawyers ÃÂ¡ÃÂ§why are your points validÃÂ¡ÃÂ¨ and ÃÂ¡ÃÂ§what do you mean?ÃÂ¡ÃÂ¨ Dropping an apple from the top of a tree to the groundÃÂ¡K The graduate with a Physics degree asks, "Why does it drop? Why doesnÃÂ¡ÃÂ¦t it go upward? What does that mean?" The graduate with an Accounting degree asks, "How much will it cost to the farmers?" The graduate with a Finance degree asks, "Where did the money come from to plant the apple tree?" The graduate with a degree in Marketing asks, "Who will buy a dropped apple?" The graduate with a Social Work degree asks,