egzthunder1 · Feb 8, 2011 at 06:00 am

Start Loving Physics With Physics Solver for Windows Phone 7

If you are in high school or in college, then more than likely you have taken Physics. You also may recall how difficult some problems can be. If you fall into this category, keep reading because XDA member cchen028 just released an app that you likely wanted a while back.  Physics Solver does exactly as its name suggests. It is a combination of tons of different problems in several categories, including electricity, kinetics, movement, and much more. The app will allow you to put all the necessary information in the fields and will spit out the answer.

The app is in its initial stages, so you can expect a bug or two while using this. Also, if you try it, please do not forget to give some feedback on what you are using.

Physic Solver helps you solve a varieties of problems instantly.

Features Include:
Solving for work,motion,power, energy, density, resistance, properties of matters,electricity and more!

Any requested formulas or circuits solving will be considered in the next update.

You can find more information in the application thread.

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