1. try to understand the situation:-
Figure out the context first. You don’t have to understand all the small
details, but once you know what you’re dealing with in general, you
will know how to formulate your answer and which equations to use.
2.read the question carefully:-
read the question again, and make sure you are clear on what it actually requires you to find.
3.organize the given info:-
Sometimes, you will be given extra information that you won’t really
need. Other times, there will be variables whose purpose is revealed in a
later part of the question.
For example, if the question has a car that starts to move from rest
and takes 5 minutes to reach a speed of 20 km/h, you should write down
the basic variables
4.sketh the scene :-
drw diagrams from given info.this makes to understand easily;
5. take care of units
6. and formulaes
7. In most physics problems, there is more than one way to reach a
solution, often meaning that more than one equation can work. In fact,
in the vast majority of questions, no matter what equation you use –
assuming that it is relevant to the subject matter, and that you insert
the proper variables – you will reach a solution.
solve it and verify it. practice those equations