Relation of Mathematics to Physics
- 1964 ----- b & w ----- 55 min ----- 16mm/vhs
(Character of Physical Law, The series, Part 2)
The roles of mathematics as a language for developing physical thought are elucidated by again using gravitation as an example. The importance of studying a physical phenomenon from various viewpoints is underscored by treating gravitation according to three different formalisms: action at a distance, the field concept and a minimum principle.
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- Topics: (Physics)