|Feb25-10, 10:50 PM||#1|
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"Homemade" questions on introductory physics
Have you ever thought of the PERFECT question in introductory physics? Stop lying, you know you did.
Let this thread be a collection of original introductory physics questions made by PFers to be used in the classroom.
Note: While at an introductory level it must CHALLENGING and/or interesting.
Subject(i.e. the chapter this would belong to in your imaginary physics text in your head )
Answer(not full solution, just the short answer w/o explanation)
Question: A block is connected to a spring. Its equation of motion is
Find the average speed for the interval
Answer: 5.75 meters/second
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