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    I'm struggling with mechanics in physics at the moment are there any websites or videos that people have used to help them?


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    I'm struggling with mechanics in physics at the moment are there any websites or videos that people have used to help them?


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    Hi, what exactly are you struggling with in mechanics?
    Is it understanding the concepts that you are finding difficult or is it answering questions?
    For the concepts, I would highly recommend KhanAcademy (https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics ) and PhysicsNet (http://physicsnet.co.uk/a-level-physics-as-a2/ ) .
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    Yes I think it is just getting my head around the concepts. I'll take a look at the websites, thank you!


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    Yeah mechanics can be a bit of a pain even if you're studying AS Maths Mechanics because some concepts are completely new.

    The thing with mechanics, regardless of whether it's maths or physics is understanding the basic principle of a concept and then understanding how to apply it correctly and when.

    This website has lots of questions based around mechanics:

    http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/...s/m1-by-topic/
 
 
 
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