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- Chapter 1: Projectile Motion
- 1: Tutorial (1)
- 1: Base Questions (3)
- 1: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 2: Newton's 3rd Law – Force Pairs
- 2: Tutorial (1)
- 2: Base Questions (2)
- 2: Paired Problems (2)
- Chapter 3: Equilibrium Application of Newton's 2nd Law – Tension
- 3: Tutorial (1)
- 3: Base Questions (1)
- 3: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 4: Equilibrium Application of Newton's 2nd Law – Friction
- 4: Tutorial (1)
- 4: Base Questions (1)
- 4: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 5: Nonequilibrium Application of Newton's 2nd Law – Inclined Plane
- 5: Tutorial (1)
- 5: Base Questions (3)
- 5: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 6: Conservation of Energy – Human Cannon Ball
- 6: Tutorial (1)
- 6: Base Questions (3)
- 6: Paired Problems (2)
- Chapter 7: Conservation of Energy – Tension in Swinging Rope
- 7: Tutorial (1)
- 7: Base Questions (1)
- 7: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 8: Conservation of Energy and Momentum – Ballistic Pendulum
- 8: Tutorial (1)
- 8: Base Questions (1)
- 8: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 9: Conservation of Energy – Rolling Objects Down Incline
- 9: Tutorial (1)
- 9: Base Questions (1)
- 9: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 10: Mechanical Equilibrium – Ladder on Wall
- 10: Tutorial (1)
- 10: Base Questions (1)
- 10: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 11: Nonequilibrium Application of Newton's 2nd Law – Torque and Angular Acceleration
- 11: Tutorial (1)
- 11: Base Questions (1)
- 11: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 12: Conservation of Angular Momentum
- 12: Tutorial (1)
- 12: Base Questions (3)
- 12: Paired Problems (3)
- Chapter 13: Newton's 2nd Law – Find Magnitude of Charge
- 13: Tutorial (1)
- 13: Base Questions (1)
- 13: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 14: 2D Kinematics, Constant Acceleration – Motion of Electron
- 14: Tutorial (1)
- 14: Base Questions (1)
- 14: Paired Problems (2)
- Chapter 15: Conservation of Energy – Speed of Proton in Uniform E Field
- 15: Tutorial (1)
- 15: Base Questions (1)
- 15: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 16: Electric Field in an Off-Center Spherical Cavity
- 16: Tutorial (1)
- 16: Base Questions (1)
- 16: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 17: Electric Field in Different Regions of Conducting Shell
- 17: Tutorial (1)
- 17: Base Questions (1)
- 17: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 18: Helical Motion of Charged Particle in Uniform B Field
- 18: Tutorial (1)
- 18: Base Questions (1)
- 18: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 19: Faraday's Law – Terminal Speed of Vertically Falling Metal Bar
- 19: Tutorial (1)
- 19: Base Questions (1)
- 19: Paired Problems (1)
- Chapter 20: Faraday's Law – Terminal Speed of Metal Bar on Incline
- 20: Tutorial (1)
- 20: Base Questions (1)
- 20: Paired Problems
Pitt Physics Tutorials, 1st edition, is a collection of 20 multi-step Physics tutorials that comes from Chandralekha Singh at the University of Pittsburgh. It covers introductory physics topics including mechanics as well as electricity and magnetism. Each topic has a tutorial, and a non-tutorial version of the same question. Some topics also include multiple versions of the question with differing amounts of scaffolding and guidance. Most topics also include "paired problems" - different questions that use the same concepts or principles used in the tutorial.
Question Availability Color Key
BLACK questions are available nowGRAY questions are under development
Group | Quantity | Questions |
---|---|---|
Chapter 1: Projectile Motion | ||
1.B | 3 | 001 002 003 |
1.P | 1 | 001 |
1.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 2: Newton's 3rd Law – Force Pairs | ||
2.B | 2 | 001 002 |
2.P | 2 | 001 002 |
2.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 3: Equilibrium Application of Newton's 2nd Law – Tension | ||
3.B | 1 | 001 |
3.P | 1 | 001 |
3.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 4: Equilibrium Application of Newton's 2nd Law – Friction | ||
4.B | 1 | 001 |
4.P | 1 | 001 |
4.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 5: Nonequilibrium Application of Newton's 2nd Law – Inclined Plane | ||
5.B | 3 | 001 002 003 |
5.P | 1 | 001 |
5.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 6: Conservation of Energy – Human Cannon Ball | ||
6.B | 3 | 001 002 003 |
6.P | 2 | 001 002 |
6.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 7: Conservation of Energy – Tension in Swinging Rope | ||
7.B | 1 | 001 |
7.P | 1 | 001 |
7.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 8: Conservation of Energy and Momentum – Ballistic Pendulum | ||
8.B | 1 | 001 |
8.P | 1 | 001 |
8.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 9: Conservation of Energy – Rolling Objects Down Incline | ||
9.B | 1 | 001 |
9.P | 1 | 001 |
9.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 10: Mechanical Equilibrium – Ladder on Wall | ||
10.B | 1 | 001 |
10.P | 1 | 001 |
10.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 11: Nonequilibrium Application of Newton's 2nd Law – Torque and Angular Acceleration | ||
11.B | 1 | 001 |
11.P | 1 | 001 |
11.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 12: Conservation of Angular Momentum | ||
12.B | 3 | 001 002 003 |
12.P | 3 | 001 002 003 |
12.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 13: Newton's 2nd Law – Find Magnitude of Charge | ||
13.B | 1 | 001 |
13.P | 1 | 001 |
13.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 14: 2D Kinematics, Constant Acceleration – Motion of Electron | ||
14.B | 1 | 001 |
14.P | 2 | 001 002 |
14.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 15: Conservation of Energy – Speed of Proton in Uniform E Field | ||
15.B | 1 | 001 |
15.P | 1 | 001 |
15.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 16: Electric Field in an Off-Center Spherical Cavity | ||
16.B | 1 | 001 |
16.P | 1 | 001 |
16.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 17: Electric Field in Different Regions of Conducting Shell | ||
17.B | 1 | 001 |
17.P | 1 | 001 |
17.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 18: Helical Motion of Charged Particle in Uniform B Field | ||
18.B | 1 | 001 |
18.P | 1 | 001 |
18.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 19: Faraday's Law – Terminal Speed of Vertically Falling Metal Bar | ||
19.B | 1 | 001 |
19.P | 1 | 001 |
19.T | 1 | 001 |
Chapter 20: Faraday's Law – Terminal Speed of Metal Bar on Incline | ||
20.B | 1 | 001 |
20.T | 1 | 001 |
Total | 73 |