Encountering physics equations as a non-physics major can be overwhelming as most of us don’t utilize magnetism and electricity fundamentals on a daily basis. In his new blog post, Lawrence Lawry explains how Gauss’s Law, Faraday’s Law, and Ampere-Maxwell Law work on a practical level. He provides many fun diagrams to look at, experiments you can do within your home explains the processes that take place within each of the laws and ends with suggesting a few additional fun articles to read.
- Just because it is a physics equation, doesn’t mean it can’t be relevant in your life
- Magnetic equations can spark creativity for experiments you may want to try at home
- By showcasing these laws in a common setting, you increase your knowledge and feel more confident
“There are four of these equations, and I’ll go over each one and give a conceptual explanation.”