How to Solve Physics Problems

The book ‘How to Solve Physics Problems by Robert Oman and Daniel Oman’ is an excellent workpiece in elementary physics that primarily focuses on strengthening the readers grasp over basic concepts and develop the skills to use those concepts in problem solving. The main purpose of the book is to show you how to do physics numericals. It teaches you the art of solving physics numericals naturally and systematically and in a way which will stick with you. Unlike many other subjects, physics is one where performance is measured almost exclusively by your problem solving skills.

The book is not just a problem book in physics and neither it is a textual one. It is an attempt to strike a balance between theoretical concepts and numerical solving with greater emphasis on the latter.

The book ‘How to Solve Physics Problems by Robert Oman and Daniel Oman’ was started around 1980 (by RMO) and was initially distributed in rough form to his students to help them understand concepts and give them confidence in doing problems. The overwhelming response from those students provided motivation to continue to expand the contents further.

Key Features

  • Sufficient number of physics problems thoroughly illustrated and explained.
  • Serves as a great aid for every first physics course
  • Ideal for competitive exams preparation
  • Covers the most important problems that you might face
  • Maths review for the right start


1. Basic Mathematics
2. Mechanics
3. Periodic Motion and Waves
4. Heat and Thermodynamics
5. Electromagnetism
6. Optics
7. Introduction to Special Relatively

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