Welcome to week 6 of the wiki weekend series. We've made hundreds of edits to wiki pages during these wiki parties and we've helped thousands of people learn even more on Brilliant. We've even been sharing some of the best contributions to Brilliant's 1,000,000+ FB followers!

This week, as requested, we've got a list of Physics pages that need some help from the community.

To participate, just jump in and write something helpful on one of the following pages, and then leave a comment to let us know that you contributed.

- Rocket Physics
- RC Circuits (DC)
- Gauss' Law
- Identifying Periodic Motion (has some content, needs more)
- Deriving Kepler's Laws (has some good content, but needs to be expanded)

Some of these pages are pretty technical, and all of them would benefit from diagrams, but don't feel like you have to contribute a complete page to help. It's absolutely okay to just submit a good diagram or example problem, even if you can't do anything else. Every contribution helps!

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TopNewest@John Muradeli , I will collaborate :)

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I'll write Gauss' Law after the AP exams. Newtonian mechanics could use some work too :)

Oh and "Rocket Physics" is a bit too broad - what rocket physics? Motion, energy, structure, chemistry, geometry, ... ?

Anyway, great stuff.

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All the best with your AP exams! Any help would be appreciated :)

Just write what you would like to see under Rockets, and we can help to organize it afterwards. We think that it would an interesting topic for people to learn about how rockets work.

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May I contribute?

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For those who are not familiar with Mechanics, simply pick a topic that you are comfortable with, and start adding explanations / examples!

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I could contribute to RC Circuits (DC), a very interesting topic.

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Thanks!!

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I have contributed, successfully.

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I've contributed to the rocket physics! Will be contributing a lot more for the same . . .

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Sir, Just wanted to ask if we will have a chemistry weekend Party

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We have not built out the Chemistry Skill Maps as yet. Once we have released them, we will certainly organize several parties to help the wikis be filled out :)

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Hey @Calvin Lin, do you have a link to a page where I can learn about converting Riemann Sums into Integrals? I had learnt limit of sum in my school, but I wanted to know how the converse works :)

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@Hem Shailabh Sahu I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for, but this is our page on Riemann Sums.

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Thanks, that'll do just fine!

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There are problems by members on converting Riemann Sums into Definite Integrals, but no wiki on how it is done...

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