We found the following website links which offer solutions to HC Verma's Concepts of Physics. Though there are some errors and omissions, these links will help at least get ideas which lead towards the solution. Students are advised to try to solve the problems themselves and consult the solution only if they are not getting the … Continue reading Solutions to HC Verma’s Concepts of Physics – Weblinks
“Referring to HC Verma Part 2, chapter 29, Electric field and potential, Q 69 I think that Force is inversely proportional to square of the distance between the charged particles, so acceleration is not constant and hence v*v = u*u + 2*a*s is not valid in this case. [...]
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Learn thoroughly the first time you learn a new concept. Suppose, the topic Kirchhoff’s laws is taught in class. Revise the topic the same day yourselves. Keep a paper and pen while you revise and jot down whatever you feel important. Please note that you cannot memorize derivations by reading. Write and practice the derivations. … Continue reading Class XII Physics :: How to prepare well in advance?
Problems from H C Verma's Concepts of Physics is considered a must work out assignment by most of the IIT aspirants. Here you can find the solutions to the problems chapterwise. The downloads are based on the old edition of HC Verma's Concepts of Physics. In case the book is revised, the answers and solutions … Continue reading Chapter wise solutions to H C Verma’s Concepts of Physics Part 1