# Chapter 1.1, Problem 1EYU

### Physics (5th Edition)

5th Edition
James S. Walker
ISBN: 9780321976444

Chapter
Section

### Physics (5th Edition)

5th Edition
James S. Walker
ISBN: 9780321976444
To determine

To determine: The concept at which the law of physics can be applied.

Answer: Option (f) all of these.

Explanation

Explanation:

The law of physics applies everywhere in the world it is mainly divided into two categories the first is classical physics that determines about the Newton’s law of motion and classical thermodynamics and the other is atomic physics that determines about the interaction between elementary and subatomic particles.

In classical physics the Newton’s law of universal gravitation states that force of attraction between two masses equal to a constant multiplied by the product of the two masses and divided by the square of the distance between them.

A law of physics simplifies that two charges with different polarities attract each other and it makes electrons and protons to stick each other and form the atoms and if the polarity of the charge are same then they repel each other. That circuit which has two equalities that deal with the current and the potential difference in the lumped element model is called the electric circuit and generate electricity.

The basic law of magnetism deals with the magnetic dipoles, the same magnetic poles repel each other and the unlike magnetic poles attract each other.

A beam of light consist the many photons so the theory of light is simplified by the law of physics.

Conclusion:

Since, from the above explanation, it is clear that the law of physics deals with gravity electricity, magnetism, light and atoms etc. Thus, the option (f) is correct.

From the above explanation, the law of physics not only deals with the concept of gravity it also deals with the different concept of atoms and forces. Thus the option (a) is incorrect.

From the above explanation, the law of physics not only deals with the concept of electricity it also deals with the different concept of atoms and forces. Thus the option (b) is incorrect.

From the above explanation, the law of physics not only deals with the concept of magnetism it also deals with the different concept of atoms and forces. Thus the option (c) is incorrect.

From the above explanation, the law of physics not only deals with the concept of light it also deals with the different concept of atoms and forces. Thus the option (d) is incorrect.

From the above explanation, the law of physics not only deals with the concept of atoms it also deals with the different concept of electricity and forces. Thus the option (e) is incorrect.

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