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Free physics problems and solutions

 

Submit physics problem - get solution

 

 

You look at the problem and you do not know how to solve it.

Or you solved the problem and you do not know if the solution is correct.

 

Then submit the form below with your problem and I will send your the solution of the problem.

The solution will not be detailed but you will understand how to proceed. And it is absolutely free.

Then I will put your problem with solution in the database of solved physics problems so that everyone can read it.

 

The solutions of these problems can help you only if you need to check that your solution is correct or if you need to get some hints how to solve the problem.

But

if you need to learn how to solve physics problems,

if you need to learn how to think to solve physics problems,

if you need to know what steps you need to do to solve the problems

then you need to read these e-books: Ebooks.

 

 

How to submit the probem:

- If the formulation of the problem contains only words and some simple equations then you can easily submit the problem in the form below.

Please, include also the source of the problem (if available): the book, the authors, and the number of the problem.

 

- If the formulation of the problem contains drawings or some complicated equations then you can scan the problem or you can write the problem in some editor (for example, Microsoft Word) and then submit it as an email attachment.

In this case just mention in the form below that you want to submit the problem as an attachment. Then I will send you an email address you need to use to send the problem.

Do not forget to include the source of the problem (if available): the book, the authors, and the number of the problem.

 

You can submit only three problems per e-mail address.

 

Name:

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Describe Your Physics Problem

(if you need to submit the Problem as an attachment - mention it)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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