Basic Physics: A Self-Teaching Guide
  • Basic Physics: A Self-Teaching Guide
  • Basic Physics: A Self-Teaching Guide
  • Basic Physics: A Self-Teaching Guide
  • Basic Physics: A Self-Teaching Guide
ISBN: 111962990X
EAN13: 9781119629900
Language: English
Pages: 304
Dimensions: 1" H x 9" L x 7" W
Weight: 1.468279 lbs.
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Book Overview

THE EASIEST WAY TO LEARN MAJOR PHYSICS CONCEPTS AND TERMS AT YOUR OWN PACE

Basic Physics: A Self-Teaching Guide helps you master the principles that govern not only our physical world, but all of space and time. This accessible and practical guide makes complex concepts such as energy, light, sound, color, electrical current, and gravity easy to digest and understand. The book's self-paced teaching style enables you to gradually build upon your knowledge as you answer questions, solve problems, and test your knowledge on physics topics.

This fully-revised edition features new examples of modern applications of basic physics, streamlined explanations of central physics concepts, and an updated format designed to optimize your learning experience. This invaluable guide provides:

  • A complete physics course presented in a flexible and easy-to-use format that helps you learn at your own pace
  • Frequent questions and practice problems that increase your speed of learning and strengthen your comprehension and retention
  • Self-tests with answers that let you monitor your progress and identify the areas you need to concentrate on
  • Lists of chapter objectives and clear definitions of key terminology to ensure you fully grasp the material
  • Optional sections containing all mathematical treatments and applications, giving you Read More chevron_right

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4
   Great book
I purchased this book because it was needed for my physics class, but it's definitely a good book for those who want to understand physics. There are also practice questions for each chapter with answers provided to make sure you did it correctly. I would recommend it to anyone.
 
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   A Decent Introduction To Physics
I have been looking for a book on basic physics for quite some time. However, I was able to find some books that were unsuitable for reading because of the author's disability. They often came in more than one volume, which was expensive. Another problem is the lack of self-tests. It also required that you use the Internet to access the program. The book was designed for people who are learning on their own. It has frequent questions, and self-tests after each section. Now you know whether you've fully grasped what you're being taught. The more feedback you get, the more likely you are to get things right. This way, when I have missed something, I become aware of it right away so I can go back and review it, he said. This course would recommend to those who want to learn some of the basic concepts of physics.
 
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   Basic math, nothing more...
It's just that the IRS doesn't do much else. Tries to incorporate a physical element, but fails. Anyone can complete the survey, which is free.
 
5
   Good basic physics that is easy to follow.
I enjoyed this self-teaching text, Mary. It's just that he doesn't know all the physics.
 
4
   A solid intro physics book for young mind
The seventh-grade girl started to ask me some of the many questions she encountered in science Olympiad. However, I quickly realized that these were basic physics problems. However, she needs some systematic intro to physics before she can google "physics" and make sense of it. The book serves the purpose of introducing readers to the world of physics. Not too hard, not too well organized and with exercise, he said.
 
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