Liters ( L ) per minute and cubic meters ( m3 ) per hour are units of flow rates. While this may be a niche conversion, it is useful to learn how to convert two units at the same time. This example will show how to convert L/min to m3/hr.

# Physics Example Problems

The ice to steam problem is a classic heat energy homework problem. This will outline the steps necessary to complete this problem and follow up with a worked example problem.

## Ice to Steam Problem – Heat Change Example Problem

These two heat of vaporization example problems will show how to use heat of vaporization to find the energy needed to change between liquid and gas phases.

## Heat of Vaporization Example Problem

This worked example problem will show how to use the period and length of a pendulum to calculate the acceleration due to gravity.

## How to Calculate Acceleration Due to Gravity Using a Pendulum

This example problem will show how to use the simple pendulum formula to find the length of a pendulum for a known period.

## Simple Pendulum Example Problem – Find the Length of a ...

A short example problem showing how to calculate the period of a simple pendulum.

## How to Find the Period of a Simple Pendulum – ...

When a substance changes its state of matter, it takes a specific amount of energy to complete the change. When the phase change is between solid and liquid, the amount of energy per unit mass is called the heat of fusion. These heat of fusion example problems will show how […]

## Heat of Fusion Example Problem

Specific heat is the amount of heat per unit mass needed to increase the temperature of a material by one degree Celsius or Kelvin. These three specific heat example problems will show how to find the specific heat of a material or other information involving the specific heat. Specific Heat […]

## Specific Heat Example Problem

Hooke’s Law is a scientific law that says the restoring force required to compress or stretch a spring is proportional to the distance the spring is deformed. The formula form of Hooke’s Law is F = -k·Δx where F is the restoring force of the spring k is the proportionality […]