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Krishnadas

Anybody know how to understand the physical principles behind a given numerical in physics?

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  1. agent0smith
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    I think you'll have to be more specific...

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  2. Krishnadas
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    That is,I am unable to solve Physics numericals.I cant find what principle or concept is behind that problem.I want to be an expert problem solver..Please help me...Thanks

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    I'm not sure how to help you, I don't know exactly what you want help with. If you have any examples of questions, that'd help. Otherwise, I don't know what kind of problems or concepts you need help with.

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    I will talk about it in detail this evening..thanks

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  5. ghazi
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    every time, when you begin solving problem , first of all find out the prerequisites of a problem then look on what principle your question is based on finally, try to apply the theoretical statement of principle mathematically, lets say , work done on a body is stored in the form of potential energy , that means W=P.E=mgh , this way you can solve your questions and always try to break your questions in smaller parts and then solve each part one by one .

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    @ghazi thanks

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  7. ghazi
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    :D YW

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  8. Krishnadas
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    :D

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    can we chat?

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  10. ghazi
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    sure , message me :)

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