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## GenPhys

by: Collin Turner

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# GenPhys PHYS002

Collin Turner
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Date Created: 10/12/15
Handout 1 8 23 2004 Physics 002 Fall 2004 Dr A Rahman 1 How to Solve Physics Problems This document is an outline of an approach to take in solving physics 002 problems Please learn this process and apply it This will make things easier for you in the long run as the problems become more dif cult Whenever you face a physics problem you should always 1 F 9 r c 9 Draw a diagram Draw a diagram based upon what is stated in the problem Make your diagram neat and large enough to t the type of problem you are working on De ne a Reference Frame Always determine the positive and negative direction in the problem This will help in removing the confusion when dealing with signs Unlike physics 0017 negative charge and positve charge are actually different physical things Label the diagram Take the 7givens7 that are provided in the problem and label the picture Provide as much detail as possible State What you are solving for unknown Write explicitly beneath the problem 77we want to solve for Force of mass 1 on mass 277 or something that re ects what the problem is asking for Use symbols7 but understand what the symbols mean Sketch a solution path Based on the problem7 the diagram7 and what you are solving for apply the physics principles that you think 77 t77 a solution path

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