General physics, Volume 1

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Prentice-Hall, 1984 - Science - 892 pages
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A big fat physics textbook of its day. You can also disguise it as a tome of wisdom for parties, it is that large. Not a whole lot of fun this one, and not that good in general, just another of those textbooks inflicted on poor student types because they can. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Questions 10 Problems
10
Questions
53
Problems
94
Questions
111
10
123
Questions
158
Rotational Motion About
164
Questions
492
27
514
Questions
532
Magnetism
538
Sources of Magnetic Field
560
Questions
577
Inductance Energy Storage
599
Questions
611

Questions
188
Momentum
201
Equilibrium Elasticity
208
Questions
218
Oscillations
259
Questions
277
of Water 236
283
Questions
305
17
329
Questions
345
Thermodynamics
390
Questions
401
Electric Charge and Electric
428
Questions
446
Questions
627
Speed from Maxwells Equations
639
34
652
Questions
665
Questions
686
Questions
729
Questions
741
Early Quantum Theory
773
Questions
791
43
844
Appendix A Mathematical Formulas
861
Answers to OddNumbered Problems
870
Index
877
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