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This is a profile/thread dedicated to answering your Physics-related questions. Feel free to ask any Physics-related question and one of our members will answer your question to the best of our ability. You can do this by posting on the page or sending us a PM.

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Hi,
This is a profile/thread dedicated to answering your Physics-related questions. Feel free to ask any Physics-related question and one of our members will answer your question to the best of our ability. You can do this by posting on the page or sending us a PM.

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So, why did you post in the maths forum, instead of the physics forum. Does not bode well!
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Apologies,

Maths and Physics are very similar, hence we believed it would be a good way to get a larger audience. Just trying to help people .
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Hi,
This is a profile/thread dedicated to answering your Physics-related questions. Feel free to ask any Physics-related question and one of our members will answer your question to the best of our ability. You can do this by posting on the page or sending us a PM.

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There is a Physics forum where people post Physics questions. If you are planning to help out on TSR then it would be great if you could answer some of those threads. Having a single thread for questions never works well.
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Apologies,

Maths and Physics are very similar, hence we believed it would be a good way to get a larger audience. Just trying to help people .
Always good to have people on board that wish to help.

I have one question though. Is there any reason you're posting as an, effectively anonymous, collective - your profile says nothing about you - rather than as individuals?
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Always good to have people on board that wish to help.

I have one question though. Is there any reason you're posting as an, effectively anonymous, collective - your profile says nothing about you - rather than as individuals?
We're just a group of people who love Physics and will answer questions in our spare time. We are creating a website soon where we will have free notes, but will mainly answer questions here .
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How does the velocity of the rocket change as the rocket moves upwards?
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