Learning processes are different for all kinds of students. One method may be effective for a student but it may not be as fruitful for the other student. Even few methods may work for learning certain subjects for a student, but those methods may not be useful for other subjects. For example, a student may perform practical experiments and find solutions or answers for subjects like math and science, but those same techniques of finding solutions may not help in learning languages.
Determine the average area of contact of each tire with the road [Solved]