Question: When a person walks on the floor? which direction force is applied by the person to move forward?
Question: According to Newton’s third law,each team in a tug of war pulls with equal force on the another team
What then determine which team will wins it
Many times i have had users ask me a question which book to opt between H.C Verma Concepts of physics and NCERT physics books. My answer is you can keep both the books set for your preparation as NCERT is nice book to learn a good concepts and is according to the exam level of class 11 and class 12.
IITJEE papers generally test the basic concept of the subject.So basic concept should be very clear. Concentrate on the basic concepts.Strengthen your fundamentals.Master the basic of each chapter. Do many times so that you know the concept by heart.NCERT books are good for the concept.So first should be to study the NCERT books and familarize all the concepts.HC verma is also good for concept
This mathematics sheet would be helpful for quick revision of most of maths formulas needed before class 11 and 12 physics examination. It covers quick and much needed formulas on differentiation , integration, trigonometry, AP, GP etc.
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