First year physics exam Prep

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Homework Statement



I'm preparing for my first year university physics exam and was wondering if the PF community could give me some 'more difficult' problems that I could work on. If you could can the problems involve combinations of topics (ex. relative motion, kinematics, dynamics, rotation, projectile motion, momentum, statics in 1 or 2 problems). They don't have to involve all of the topics in each question just preferably have more than 1. Also could you keep the questions to all variables as numbers can make the problems tedious and they won't appear on the exam anyways. Thank you.

Homework Equations


L_i = L_f (conservation of angular momentum
L=Iω τ=Iα
τ=rxF or τ=rFsin∅
a=αR
ΔK =.5I(ω^2)_f-.5I(ω^2)_i=W ETC.


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PhanthomJay
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Use the 'Search' feature at the top of this page and advance search under Intro Physics Homework Help using keywords as appropriate and you'll find loads of problems and help with their solutions to boot. Best source on the Net!

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