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Last Updated on 2/6/01.

The Internet resources provided at our site allow you access to curriculum-specific help which will assist you in the learning of physics. Proper and effective utilization of these resources will enhance your learning, reduce your stress, and improve your grade. The links below will allow you to navigate to key areas of our Web site which offer instructional assistance and other course-relevant information.

### Specific Assistance with Past Units

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### Unit 3: Equilibrium and Inclined Planes

• A review of the concepts of vector addition and a discussion of the task of adding non-perpendicular vectors using the head-to-tail method - check out Lesson 3a of Unit 3 at The Physics Classroom.
• A discussion of the concept of vector components and an illustration of how to use trigonometric functions to resolve a vector into its components - check out Lesson 3b of Unit 3 at The Physics Classroom.
• A discussion of the principle of static equilibrium with plenty of examples related to safely hanging a sign (which should be of great benefit as you attempt to complete the Chain Gauge writing assignment) - check out Lesson 3c of Unit 3 at The Physics Classroom.
• A discussion of how to solve F-m-a problems involving forces at angles; plenty of examples are given - check out Lesson 3d of Unit 3 at The Physics Classroom.
• A discussion of the physics of inclined planes; numerous examples (some directly from the unit packet) on how to solve inclined plane problems are given - check out Lesson 3e of Unit 3 at The Physics Classroom.

### Finding Out More:

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