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I have troubles relating the idea with the formulas

by paki123
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paki123
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Nov23-12, 10:26 AM
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I have a problem with physics when it comes to relating new ideas with new formulas. Like right now I'm learning about Solids and Fluids, and the problem i have now is remember what formulas to use when, what each of the parts of the formula mean, etc. Is there a site or a list of questions that I can use to self test? I just need a general list of questions so that I can test myself on whatever material I am covering.
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Nov23-12, 12:52 PM
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When you have a formula, do you work on it's derivation in as much detail as possible? You might want to do it, it would give you a lot of insight on when a certain formula is applicable and not.

Also, solving lots of problem is usually helpful with familiarizing yourself with it.


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