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Is there anyway we can get practice questions that are of a similar level of difficulty to quiz/midterm?

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Is there anyway we can get practice questions that are of a similar level of difficulty to the Quiz questions or midterm level?

 because right now I'm facing difficulty in finding questions to practice that are of appropriate level that is needed for midterm. So I am spending more time finding which questions for textbook are of appropriate level so if you can somehow help with that part, I can spend more time doing physics.
asked Oct 27, 2013 in Intro College Physics by anonymous

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The example problems in the lecture notes are the best problems to practice. Try them and make sure you can do them without looking at the solutions. You can also imagine how to vary the examples a bit to create new problems to practice.
answered Oct 27, 2013 by PhysicsDude (21,750 points)
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