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Where can I find the concept of wedge-frame like problems?

Rahul Surange

7 years ago


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										You can find many questions in arihant series NEW PATTERN IIT PHYSICS written by "D C Pandey". You can also refer to "Irodov" for more complicated problems.H C Verma also could give better results.
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