## Mcat Physics and Math ReviewThe MCAT is a test of more than just the facts about basic physical and biological sciences—it's an in-depth, rigorous examination of your knowledge of scientific concepts and principles, as well as your critical-thinking and writing skills. With the Princeton Review's subject-specific MCAT series, you can focus your review on the MCAT topics that are most challenging to you. Each book in the series contains the most in-depth coverage of subjects tested on the MCAT. Each chapter in MCAT Physics and Math Review includes:• Full-color illustrations and diagrams • Examples of physics and math questions and their solutions, worked out step by step • Chapter Review Quizzes and answers • A real, MCAT-style practice passage with questions and answers • Bulleted summaries for quick review MCAT Physics and Math Review also includes:• A complete glossary of physics terms • A summary sheet of physics formulas and physics constants and units • A complete review of all the math topics you'll need to know for the MCAT, including algebra, trigonometry, vectors, proportions, and logarithms |

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### Contents

So You Want to Be a Doctor | 2 |

1 | 18 |

2 | 35 |

CHAPTER 3 | 54 |

5 | 71 |

CHAPTER | 82 |

CHAPTER | 98 |

20 | 170 |

Center of Mass | 308 |

Torque Equilibrium | 327 |

SOUND | 351 |

Total Mechanical Energy | 358 |

Standing Sound Waves in Tubes | 369 |

ELECTRDSTATICS | 377 |

LiGHT AND BEGMETRIEIAL DPTICS nun nu Ma 365 | 386 |

ELECTRICITYAND MABNETISM | 414 |

CHAPTER | 178 |

3 | 201 |

CHAPTER | 214 |

Mass Force and Newtons Laws | 221 |

Friction Inclined Planes | 249 |

CHAPTER | 251 |

3 | 454 |

115 | 463 |

VECTORS Scalars and Vectors | 466 |

LUGARITHMS | 487 |

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