Physics, Volume 1This "Sixth Edition" helps readers understand the interrelationships among basic physics concepts and how they fit together to describe our physical world. Throughout the book, the authors emphasize the relevance of physics to our everyday lives. Realworld physics applications, including many biomedical applications, show how physics principles come into play over and over again in our lives. Problem Solving Insights explain each calculation in detail, guiding readers through the quantitative process Includes a CD containing physics simulations 
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Introduction and Mathematical Concepts  1 
Kinematics in One Dimension  25 
Kinematics in Two Dimensions  55 
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