Essential university physics, Volume 1
Richard Wolfson's Essential University Physicsis a concise and progressive calculus-based physics textbook that offers clear writing, great problems, and interesting real-life applications. At nearly half the length and half the price of other physics texts on the market, Essential University Physicsis a compelling alternative for professors who want to focus on the fundamentals. Doing Physics Part; 1 Mechanics: Motion in a Straight Line, Motion in Two and Three Dimensions, Force and Motion, Using Newton's Laws, Work, Energy, and Power, Conservation of Energy, Gravity, Systems of Particles, Rotational Motion, Rotational Vectors and Angular Momentum, Static Equilibrium; Part 2 Oscillations, Waves, and Fluids: Oscillatory Motion, Wave Motion, Fluid Motion, Thermodynamics, Temperature and Heat, The Thermal Behavior of Matter, Heat, Work, and the First Law of Thermodynamics, The Second Law of ThermodynamicsFor all readers interested in calculus-based physic.
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