Facets of Physics: A Conceptual Approach
Designed for a conceptual physics course for non-science majors, this text is shorter in length, appropriate for a one-semester course. It presents a good balance of quantitative and conceptual material, integrating simple math into the conceptual physics framework so students can see the practicality of physics and have a means of testing its validity. It also emphasizes the relevance of physics to our lives with many applied examples. Major topics include: motion, Newton's Laws, energy, optics, sound waves, electricity and magnetism, and atomic and nuclear power. An epilogue on general relativity and cosmology and sections on blue skies, heat and internal energy, speed, and velocity are included.
Specifications of Facets of Physics: A Conceptual Approach
|Author||Roger B. Culver|
|Number Of Pages||648|
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