## Biomedical Applications for Introductory Physics* Can be utilized in either Algebra or Calculus-based courses and is available either as a standalone text or as a supplement for books like Cutnell PHYSICS, 5e or Halliday, Resnick, & Walker FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS, 6e. * Math level is Algebra & Trigonometry; however, a few examples require the use of integration and differentiation. * Unlike competing supplements, Tuszinski offers both a wealth of engaging biomedical applications as well as quantitative problem-solving. The quantitative problem-solving is presented in the form of worked examples and homework problems. * The quantitative problem-solving is presented in the form of worked examples and homework problems. * The standard organization facilitates the integration of the material into most introductory courses. |

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION | 2 |

1 Mass Variations over Time | 8 |

SOLVED PROBLEMs 12 ExERCISES | 14 |

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