Where can you find free solutions for physics homework?


A good free website that can help you with your physics homework is Chegg. It has over 1,000,000 odd and even solutions to textbook problems. There is also an option to ask an expert a question.
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Try: www.appliedscience.org.uk. www.wjec.co.uk. You should find all the answer on those sites somewhere. ;
Velocity at 25m = sqrt. (2ah) = 25.495m/sec. Time taken = sqrt. (2h/a) = 1.96 secs. Extra height gained after engine shutdown = (v^2/2g) = 33.163 metres. Time taken = sqrt. (2h/g)
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