Mathematics & Physics-2
Mathematics & Physics
In order to apply for a computer number, DGCA requires all students to pass 10 + 2 with physics and mathematics. These subjects are very important in flying as many courses (e.g. Air Navigation, Technical General) involve formulas and calculations. Basic aviation level maths and physics aid in the understanding of different principles of flight.
AOT offers guidance for all students in this regard to ease their journey to becoming a pilot.
This subject allows students to acquire knowledge of mathematical terms, symbols, facts, formulae, and concepts. The following topics will be thoroughly taught during this class: (1) complex numbers and quadratic equations, (2) determinants and matrices, (3) permutations and combinations, (4) sequences and series, (5) trigonometry, (6) coordinate geometry, (7) differential calculus, and (8) integral calculus. This knowledge is essential to airline pilots as it will allow them to understand other related topics in aviation.
This subject allows students to acquire knowledge and develop an understanding of concepts, fundamental laws, principles, and processes in physics. The following topics will be thoroughly taught during this class: (1) motion, force, and energy, (2) properties of matter, (3) heat and thermodynamics, (4) electricity and magnetism, (5) oscillations and waves, (6) optics and optical instruments, (7) atoms and nuclei, and (8) semiconductors and their applications. This knowledge is essential to airline pilots as it will allow them to understand other related topics in aviation.