How to solve physics problems

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This work provides an introduction to fundamental concepts in physics. Aimed to supplement courses in introductory physics in science and/or engineering, it presents a number of problems to demonstrate how to think about problems and the steps for solving them.
Introduction: Mathematical Background 1 Vectors 2 Motion in One Dimension 3 Falling Body Problems 4 Projectile Motion 5 Forces (Including Friction) 6 Apparent Weight 7 Work and the Definite Integral 8 Work-Energy Problems 9 Momentum Analysis 10 Collision and Impulse 11 Rotational Motion 12 Rotational Dynamics 13 Equilibrium 14 Gravity 15 Simple Harmonic Motion 16 Fluids 17 Temperature and Calorimetry 18 Kinetics and the Gas Laws 19 The First Law of Thermodynamics 20 Second Law of Thermodynamics 21 Mechanical Waves 22 Standing Waves (Strings and Pipes) 23 Sound 24 Charge and Coulomb's Law 25 The Electric Field 26 Gauss' Law 27 Electric Potential 28 Capacitance 29 Conductivity 30 Resistors in D.C. Circuits 31 Kirchhoff's Laws 32 R-C Circuits 33 Magnetic Fields 34 Magnetic Forces 35 Ampere's Law 36 Biot-Savart Law 37 Faraday's Law 38 Inductance 39 R-L Circuits 40 Oscillating L-C Circuit 41 Series R-L-C Circuits and Phasors 42 Maxwell's Equations 43 Electromagnetic Waves 44 Reflection, Refraction, and Polarization 45 Mirrors and Lenses 46 Diffraction and Interference 47 Special Relativity