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Author: Francis Weston Sears
ISBN13: 978-0201076813
Title: College physics (Addison-Wesley series in physics)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley Pub. Co; 5th edition (1980)
Pages: 880

College physics (Addison-Wesley series in physics) by Francis Weston Sears

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University physics, Osa 1 Francis Weston Sears,Mark Waldo Zemansky,Hugh D. Young Otenäkymä - 1982. Yleiset termit ja lausekkeet. amplitude angle angular acceleration angular momentum angular velocity average axis ball block Calculate center of mass charge q coefficient collision components compression Compute conservation coordinate Coulomb's law cylinder defined density displacement distance earth elastic elastic collision electric field equal equation EXAMPLE FIGURE Find flow fluid force exerted force F forces acting frequency friction force frictionless function Gauss's law given. In addition to his role on Sears and Zemansky's "College Physics," he is currently a coauthor with Roger Freedman on Sears and Zemanksy's "University Physics," Hugh is an enthusiastic skier, climber, and hiker. Addison-Wesley, 1987. Alkuperäisteoksen sijainti.

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At UCSB, Dr. Freedman teaches in both the Department of Physics and the College of Creative Studies, a branch of the university intended for highly gifted and motivated undergraduates. In recent years, he has helped to develop computer-based tools for learning introductory physics and astronomy. I bought this book as part of my Physics course for university and I must say it has served me very well. The book not only covers most topics for 1st and 2nd years it also provides helpful tips in succeeding in Physics which was very helpful.

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There are countless physics books out there and I've probably gone through at least a dozen Intro Physics ones. I took AP Physics in high school and then a full year of Honors Physics in college. I've also TA-ed and tutored physics for three summers (at different colleges). Each time, I was given a different textbook to work from and as good as some of those were, I still found myself coming back to this one.

This is appropriate for those who are taking either the Calculus-based or Non-Calculus based course. It does contain Calc-related derivations but since this is supposed to be an introductory textbook, chances are you won't need to know them for your course. But it's still nice to have them there in case you were interested in a more in-depth analysis of how the final equations came to be (instead of just blindly memorizing them). Personally derivations help me to better understand the concept and in case I suddenly forget the equation during a test, I can at least attempt to arrive at it again by working through the earlier steps.

My favorite aspect about the book is its rather no-nonsense approach to the subject matter. It doesn't attempt to pique your interest with humorous or interesting anecdotes, distract you with pages of colorful images or plague the margins with frivolous graphics. I suppose many people might consider that a fault but that's actually what I love most about it. It gets right to the point: 1) concept 2) equations 3) examples. And when there are images, they are usually pictorial diagrams that are relevant to the concept being discussed (one of my favorites is the optics section).

Even though the language is spartan and straight-forward, I would still consider it "intermediate-advanced" and think it would probably cater best to someone in an honors level course (especially if you're in high school). If you hate physics and think it's really boring and need extras (bright colors! funny stories!) and are just trying to get by with a passing grade, then this book is probably not for you. If you're a serious student who cares only about learning the material and acing the course (whatever your motivations are), then this might be the stone-faced companion that you're looking for.
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This book is a prime example of textbooks that don't offer complete explanations of the subject. The author has complete sections with no example problems, just writing. There is nothing wrong with this, but the questions at the end of each section do not match the information that AUTHORS provided for that section. DO NOT RELY ON THIS BOOK IF YOU REALLY WANT A FIRM UNDERSTANDING OF COLLEGE PHYSICS. I CANNOT UNDERSTAND WHY ANY COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY WOULD USE THIS BOOK. Do not rely on this book for anything except a paper weight. This book is a complete joke!
I used this book to prepare for IIT-JEE in India. It is an excellent book! Two-enthusiastic thumbs up!
Found this book to be rather lacking in clear elucidation of fundamental physical topics, but the pictures were good