Solving Physics


I wanted to help people [like me] who need some guidelines to solve physics problems.So I am going to share with you what I am taught in my Physics classes for solving problems .

I will mention them post-wise i.e I will use several posts to combine the material and not just pour everything in just one post.I first thought posting in the wiki section but I am not experienced in use of that feature.

I won't be regular in posting.However, I will post at least one article per week.I have to prepare the problems and all.That will need some time.I will mainly pick problems from Concepts Of Physics by H.C.Verma and Problems In General Physics by I.E.Irodov.I won't cover all problems of the mentioned book but only those which are appropriate to deepen the understanding of the posted material.

Stay tuned for the posts.

Don't miss them.

These posts can't guarantee you that you will be able to tackle all sorts of Physics problem.But,you will surely built confidence in Physics-problem-solving.

Next post on 10/24/2014.

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Note by Soumo Mukherjee
6 years, 7 months ago

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Hey ! What if I can contribute as well?

Priyansh Sangule - 6 years, 7 months ago

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Help is always welcome.Yes,please contribute.Help brilliant to learn Physics.

Thanx @Priyansh Sangule .

However, I won't be around.If you are looking for collaboration the best guy is @John Muradeli , Don of Physics.He is also good guy and will help.


Soumo Mukherjee - 6 years, 7 months ago

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Oh you ;)

Have fun whatever you're doing!

John M. - 6 years, 7 months ago

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