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sir i have difficulty in solving problems in mechanics. so please help me &followingme.

6 years ago


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										Dear prince

This is a normal problem and confussion at student life. Many student do not feel comfort with mechanics.

First you should refer H C VERMA and Resnick & Halliday for the theory part .and see the solved example of this chapter and then try to solve excersice problem.After that you should see the previous years IIT JEE problem based upon this topic..Try to solve as much problem as you can on this topic.

Just stay calm and focus on understanding rather than mugging. Be regular in class and stay with concepts

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