**Teaching In Physics and Mathematics**

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*Most teachers today are aware that the implementation of interdisciplinary integrated teaching will bring many benefits in the formation and development of action and problem solving capacities for students. Especially Physics, Mathematics, Biology are applied sciences, experimental, is the science of life, knowledge of these subjects is always associated with natural and social factors. Students can use knowledge in many related subjects to solve a number of problems such as: Integrating knowledge of Mathematics to form computational skills, processing data in physics; Physics subject to deal with the physical properties and properties of substances, rays, energy and metabolism; or to easily explain the mechanism of the action of substances on life*

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*Physics and mathematics*

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