for those who are beyond lazy

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uTexas problem solver, in BETA stage (as of 12/25/11). Expect few bugs.

Instructions: copy and paste a single uTexas problem, including ALL parts, directly and exactly from your PDF (from your assignment) into the textbox and click Solve.

Different PDF readers like FoxIt, Adobe Acrobat, or Chrome's built-in reader will usually show odd characters, and this will interefere with the solver's ability to detect them. I recommend that you download the problem set PDF and view it in Adobe Acrobat.

If your question is in the database, the problem will be solved using your values. Each problem is solved by hand and its solution is saved to the database by yours truly, so if you'd like to request that a question or problem set be added, please send the PDF containing the problem set to the email in the footer. If you have any issues, feel free to email me or leave a comment in the commentbox below. Have fun!

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Don't quite believe it? As a test, try this question:

" An 86 kg fullback moving east with a speed of 5.4 m/s is tackled by a 96 kg opponent running west at 3.6 m/s, and the collision is perfectly inelastic. a) What is the velocity of the players im- mediately after the tackle? Answer in units of m/s 002 (part 2 of 2) 10.0 points b) What is the decrease in kinetic energy during the collision? Answer in units of J "

to do:

Help me add solutions here!


Maintaining this service is hard work (maaad f*d, yo), and I'm providing it for free. If you really like this because it helps you out or makes your life easier, please consider donating! :) Donate any amount and I'll give you priority if you submit a problem-set for me to add; you'll also get something special once this officially launches!

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Disclaimer: I am not responsible for any academic dishonesty. This site is intended to be used for reference only. If you do not do the problems yourself, you are only screwing yourself out of the practice you'll undoubtedly need for the AP and/or Regents exam.


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