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by Ruth W. Chabay,Bruce A. Sherwood

ePub Matter and Interactions download
Author:
Ruth W. Chabay,Bruce A. Sherwood
ISBN13:
978-1118875865
ISBN:
1118875869
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Publisher:
Wiley; 4 edition (January 12, 2015)
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Subcategory:
Physics
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1730 kb
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1398 kb
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4.2
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141

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Matter & Interactions: A calculus-based introductory physics curriculum with a contemporary perspective

Matter & Interactions: A calculus-based introductory physics curriculum with a contemporary perspective. GlowScript: VPython in a web browser. A video with Ruth Chabay on Thinking Iteratively given on the occasion of our receiving the 2014 American Association of Physics Teachers Halliday and Resnick Award for Excellence in Undergradute Physics Teaching. Ruth Chabay’s award-winning physics game, Electric Field Hockey, now in 3D. Articles & talks.

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Matter and Interactions I : Modern Mechanics. by Reinhard Schrieber, Ruth W. The overall goal of this calculus-based text is to provide an introduction to physics with a modern point of view.

by Ruth W. Chabay & Bruce A. We will show in this book that drawing the human body need not be so difficult. in interpretive point of view, it allo. The only limits you see are the ones you impose on yourself. Nuclear Physics: Exploring the Heart of Matter. 276 Pages·2013·672 KB·102,671 Downloads·New! of matter interacting at the nuclear level, but also to describe the state of the universe that existed. The Willpower Instinct: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do To Get More.

Matter and Interactions, 4th Edition offers a modern curriculum for introductory physics (calculus-based). It presents physics the way practicing physicists view their discipline while integrating 20th Century physics and computational physics. The text emphasizes the small number of fundamental principles that underlie the behavior of matter, and models that can explain and predict a wide variety of physical phenomena. Matter and Interactions, 4th Edition will be available as a single volume hardcover text and also two paperback volumes.
  • I am a student, I love this textbook. I used it at a community college with a very harsh professor, and this book carried me through, and I was one of two people in the class to get an A. This book carried me through. This makes every thing simple because everything in Physics is based on the three principles, which this book emphasizes! I am now at a university for Physics 2 where the required textbook is a different one, but I still use this one and just completely discarded the other one. This breaks the concepts down and gives plenty of useful examples to demonstrate those concepts. It is not just a bunch of formulas. It actually makes me understand the meaning behind the formulas!

  • Tremendously good book for physics. Very good explanations with practice problems and checkpoints. It also shows you how to use the programming language python for the iterative problems where it would be impossibly long to calculate by hand a planet's revolution around a star for example.

  • This book does a very poor job of explaining a complex subject. My general experience with physicists is that they expect students to just get it, and the author seems to have the same mindset. The book encourages the student to apply fundamental principles rather than just using a formula, but no effort is given to teaching the student how to arrive at this mindset. Hence, me and my classmates continue to view physics as an exercise in memorizing formulas rather than learning how to solve problems.
    The online homework that accompanies this book also leaves much to be desired. Throughout the book, emphasis is placed on "estimating" and calculating a general result, while the online homework will require additional precision beyond what is allowed by significant figure rules.
    If you are a professor considering using this book, please do your students a favor and use someone else.

  • A very modern introduction to the subject! I expect to use it as a base for more contemporary introduction to Physics. Bravo!

  • it was pretty standard. It has volume one and two and arrived in standard condition

  • perfect for anyone looking for a Gen. Phys 2 book without the outrageous price of a normal school book.

  • This book has to be the worst book I have every used during my career. Its RIDDLED with errors and most of the chapters sections are very vague on the subjects. If you have the option, avoid this book because you're better off learning physics from a bag of chips.

  • Surprisingly useful textbook that arrived at a reasonable amount of time!