## Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Physics for Engineering and ScienceThis book will save you time as you master the basics taught in first-year, calculus-based college physics courses. You'll firmly grasp the all-important building blocks needed for every physical science and all branches of engineering. The many problems included with guided solutions make this potentially daunting subject much easier. Additional problems with answers give you a chance to reinforce what you've learned and gauge your progress as you go. This next-best thing to a private tutor makes especially clear the topics most students find most difficult. It's ideal for independent study, brushup before an exam, or preparation for the MED-CAT and GRE. |

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### Contents

REVIEW OF MATHEMATICS | 1 |

MEASUREMENT AND PHYSICS | 15 |

MOTION IN ONE DIMENSION | 23 |

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acceleration alpha particle angle angular momentum atoms axis ball Calculate capacitor center of mass charge q circuit coil collision conductor constant cylinder Determine direction disk displacement distance earth electric field electron flux force acting force F frequency friction heat horizontal inductor initial KEY EQUATIONS kinetic energy km/h lens light loop magnetic field magnitude maximum measured mi/h mirror molecules moment of inertia motion moving negative normal force nucleus object orbit parallel particle path perpendicular photon plane plates positive charges potential energy pressure quantum number radiation radius resistor result RLC circuit rotation shown in Figure simple harmonic motion slit Solutions to Supplementary Solve speed sphere spin string SUMMARY OF KEY Supplementary Problems SP Suppose surface temperature torque vector velocity vertical voltage wave wavelength wire zero