Would it be against the philosophy of this forum to post a brief tutorial on a given topic, in this specific case, elementary motion (e.g. free falling object, trajectories, straight line motion, block on an incline w/ and w/o friction)? The emphasis of the tutorial would be on methodology (i.e. develoment and use of free body diagram to derive the basic equation of motion based on the FDB). The methodology is exactly the same for each of the above problems mentioned above. In the brief time I've been participating in this great forum (i.e. lots of participation), I've noticed time and time again the same things: - don't have a clue how to even begin - I have an equation but I'm not sure how to use it or if it applies - etc. My thought is that a basic tutorial on the fundamentals might just by chance get at least some of the students going in the right direction on their own (of course, they'd need to read and try to understand it). Anyway, it was just an idea I had. I'd be willing to write it if the moderators would be willing to comment, edit, reject altogether, etc. If this is a bad idea, just say so. I won't be offended. Just trying to help where I perceive a need.