Search: To find out answers to a specific question, copy a representative sentence from the question and paste the sentence in the search form and search it. The results show the most related questions and yours may be in there. Feel free to share LeiAcademy.org with other teachers and students.  
To discourage spam, only registered users can ask questions.

Welcome to Physics Homework and Study Help, where you can ask questions and receive help on learning physics. We currently focus on helping questions in introductory level college physics and high school AP Physics courses.
To discourage spam, only registered users can ask questions.

Facebook Twitter Google

Welcome to Physics Homework Help Page on LeiAcademy.org

Feel free to ask a question and also answer questions others asked. Answering others' questions can in turn help one's own understanding and build a warm healthy community for learning. The followings list a few things that might be helpful for you to effectively obtain help on specific physics homework or practice problems.  

Search: To find out answers to a specific questions, copy a representative sentence from the question and paste the whole sentence in the search form and search it. The results will show the most related questions and yours may be in there

Browse: To find out what have been discussed, asked or answered, put in a few key words in the search form and search for related questions, answers, and or solutions. Or you can click the related tags or other tabs to find useful information there. 

You can also write professional-looking equations using Latex codes (see details here).

This site is hosted on LeiAcademy.org, which will continue to add new resources for learning. Feel free to share this with other teachers and students.  

Physics 1251 Final Exam Review Tip

0 votes
654 views
You said to look over old quizzes, HWs, and midterms to study for the final.  However, I noticed that you have sometimes based questions on our quizzes and midterms on old lecture slide questions.  Would it be beneficial to review all of your lecture slide questions or should I just stick to looking at questions on quizzes, HWs, and midterms?  In other words, should I disregard questions that were on old lecture slides but not used on previous quizzes, HWs, and midterms (with exception to the topics we have not been assessed on yet)?
asked Dec 9, 2014 in Intro College Physics by anonymous

1 Answer

0 votes
The materials in the review slides are important. Then questions in old quiz, midterms, and HW.
answered Dec 10, 2014 by PhysicsDude (21,750 points)
web counter
...