Can I ask a Physics Homework question with my attempt, where I stuck, what I think etc. (Context) with physics tag in this site? will It be accepted? since Homework questions are not accepted in Physics Stack Exchange Website.

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    $\begingroup$ Why not if you explain what you tried and where you are stuck $\endgroup$ May 8 at 9:03
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    $\begingroup$ It would still have to be an essentially mathematical question. $\endgroup$ May 8 at 9:17
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    $\begingroup$ Much better to ask your Physics teacher, who is paid to help you understand the material on assignments. $\endgroup$ May 8 at 13:27
  • $\begingroup$ @GerryMyerson you have said correctly. I go to My physics teacher for coaching paying them fee. And here everything is unpaid free. But sometimes I face there are questions which my physics teacher himself can't solve. Which is too tough or contains some concept of higher class etc. Though I can say that that qns may not come in exam I am focusing on. Considering this I may ignore that qn. But it all about curiosity. And that curiosity is reinforced as this site is free..................... $\endgroup$ May 8 at 14:20
  • $\begingroup$ ..............All though I can grab that concepts formula when I go to the higher classess. But I thing how can I recognise that a problem is out of syllabus of which 99 questions are within syllabus? Also some questions can ve solved in multiple methods one them can be in syllabus. So here comes two state of mind should I ignore or carry on investigating? $\endgroup$ May 8 at 14:20
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    $\begingroup$ @user1318878 I think I know "what exam" are you referring to...if your sole goal is to clear that exam with flying colors...be away from all these research things...just focus on things which have the most weightage in that exam $\endgroup$ May 8 at 17:52
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    $\begingroup$ I'm confused. You write that it's a homework question, and you write that your teacher can't solve it. How does a teacher come to assign problems that he/she can't even solve? In any event, I'd suggest trying to find a site where Physics homework questions are permitted; math.stack is not such a site. $\endgroup$ May 8 at 23:09
  • $\begingroup$ @GerryMyerson I mean it is some extra book(s) or material(s) other than given by my tutor. Better I would say the word Homework-Like Question Problem which is based on "some specific computation" not asking for any concept or physical phenomenon. $\endgroup$ May 9 at 6:50
  • $\begingroup$ @MathStackexchangeIsNotSoBad Allright I found your comment would be a smart approach for study. Thanks for advice. $\endgroup$ May 9 at 6:51


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