Physics, , Student Study Guide
Describes applications in medicine, automobile features, transportation, home entertainment, athletics, household applications, information processing, detection devices, camera technology, and many more.
* Contains numerous discussions and examples that focus on human physiology, including muscle forces, blood pressure, the refraction of light by the eye, and many others.
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Introduction and Mathematical Concepts
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Student Study Guide to accompany Physics, 9th Edition
John D. Cutnell,Kenneth W. Johnson,David Marx
Limited preview - 2012
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