Does anybody know of some kind of treasure trove of physics problems?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Imagine you were a physics teacher writing a book & wanted to include a few problems on

calculating the coulomb force exerted by a ring of charge, or a line of charge etc... or wanted

to include calculations on moments of inertia of a few geometric bodies, would there be a

massive book/list of nearly all the possibilities, like all the possible problems, that you could

look in & choose a few from?

Again, with projectile problems there are many perspectives from which questions can be

asked & I'm just wondering if there's some resource that lists almost all possibilities in any

areas of physics in a very systematized fashion.

It seems to me that textbook authors refer to some almanac of physics problems,

but I could just be wrong and they modify old problems in old books by adding Alice & Bob

rhetoric. I'm afraid that Schaums are the best there is...

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