Below is a list of popular real-world applications that require a physics analysis and solution. The solutions use concepts commonly taught in physics courses in high school. These solutions contain different physics concepts. For purposes of overall understanding, it is better to solve a few problems that involve numerous concepts than many little problems that each focus on a single concept. Quality over quantity applies well to solving physics problems.
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