Cant someone start a tutorial thread?

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Cant someone start a tutorial thread????

Cant someone start like a tutorial thread???? :confused:
Looking at the potential here :bugeye: , if we could start a tutorial on a topic, maybe under a separate subdivision, and post there (not problems but different concepts that each one could bring out)
Maybe we could start with something simple :uhh: (like projectiles or something) and take things from there......
 

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cristo
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We have https://www.physicsforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=160 [Broken] for intro physics tutorials. I've not looked through it properly, but there's probably something on projectiles etc. However, if you feel like writing one, then start a new topic in that forum!
 
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Like, do you mean, like another one BESIDES the Science and Math Tutorials section of this site?
 
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i saw the list.....but, they are really inactive.......a tutorial on maybe differential calculus and integral calculus, covering all the types would be really useful....
 
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and most are links to pdf files that can be downloaded :frown:!!
 
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a tutorial on maybe differential calculus and integral calculus, covering all the types would be really useful....
Well, these typically wouldn't be in the intro physics tutorials section! Here is the link to the math and science tutorial section. I remember Hootenanny wrote a tutorial on differentiation a while ago.

But, like I said, if you've got the time and want to write one then feel free!
 
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