Logo

An Outline of First Year College Physics

Small book cover: An Outline of First Year College Physics

An Outline of First Year College Physics
by

Publisher: Barnes & Noble
Number of pages: 214

Description:
It is the purpose of this outline to summarize the essential features of first year college physics in a manner as logical as possible consistent with the mathematical background ordinarily assumed in generally accepted texts of college grade. The subject matter is divided, for convenience, in the customary manner, into the classical branches of mechanics, properties of matter, wave motion, sound, heat, electricity, magnetism, and light; yet considerable stress is laid upon the unity of the subject as a whole.

Home page url

Download or read it online for free here:
Download link
(multiple formats)

Similar books

Book cover: Physics for College StudentsPhysics for College Students
by - Allyn and Bacon
Contents: MECHANICS (Kinematics, Dynamics, Mechanics of Fluids); SOUND (Waves, Transmission, Music); LIGHT (Nature of Light, Sensations of Color, Optical Instruments); HEAT (Transmission and Radiation, Thermodynamics); MAGNETISM AND ELECTRICITY.
(8075 views)
Book cover: Funadamentals Of Physical ScienceFunadamentals Of Physical Science
by - McGraw-Hill
This is a book for college students who wish a general knowledge of the physical sciences rather than detailed knowledge in any one science. It should likewise fill the need of the general reader, who seeks information about the methods of science.
(2862 views)
Book cover: 21st Century Physics Flexbook21st Century Physics Flexbook
by - CK-12 Foundation
Contents: Gravitation; Nuclear Energy; The Standard Model of Particle Physics; The Standard Model and Beyond; A Brief Synopsis of Modern Physics; Nanoscience; Biophysics; Kinematics: Motion, Work, and Energy; Laboratory Activities; etc.
(12274 views)
Book cover: Theoretical Physics ReferenceTheoretical Physics Reference
by - Theoretical-Physics.net
This is an attempt to derive all theoretical physics equations (ever needed for applications) from the general and special relativity and the standard model of particle physics. All calculations are very explicit, with no intermediate steps left out.
(1630 views)