This light-hearted guide prepares students to be successful in any introductory physics course. As students work through the guide, they will discover the qcoolq nature of the physical world and find out that physics can be fun! While this tutorial may be used with any text, it is inspired by and closely follows Physics: The Nature of Things, by Susan M. Lea and John Robert Burke, Brooks/Cole Publishing.Just as one must learn to read before one writes, one must learn to make the conceptual distinctions before one can set up the relationships to quantitatively solve physics problems. The novice often starts, in desperation, with the equations.
|Title||:||Preparation for Introductory College Physics|
|Author||:||Jon A. Celesia|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 1997-09-01|