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Take advantage of the opportunity to receive a "Conceptual Physics Problem-a-Day" notification on Twitter!

Each weekday morning you'll get a tweet with the problem for that day. It's a great way to:

  • Practice your Conceptual Physics problem-solving skills
  • Review for class tests
  • Identify strengths and areas for improvement.

Over the course of the year the problems will follow the same general flow of topics that is followed by many Conceptual Physics courses:

  1. Kinematics
  2. Newton's Laws
  3. Work & Energy
  4. Impulse & Momentum
  5. Rotational Motion
  6. Universal Gravitation
  7. Mechanical Waves
  8. Atoms and Matter
  9. Heat and Temperature
  10. Electricity
  11. Magnetism
  12. Light and Optics
  13. Nuclear Physics
  14. Relativity

Get free, Daily Practice Problems!

LearnConceptualPhysics tweets a Problem of the Day during the school year, August 15 - June 15. Follow @learnconcphyx on Twitter to be notified of problems.

Enjoy your summer and we'll see you in the Fall!

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