This book is an entry-level undergraduate physics textbook, which is suitable for physics, pre-engineering, pre-medical, pre-law, biotechnology or general science students. The approach adopted in this text places emphasis on simplifying abstract concepts by using short derivations of important equations as well as introducing problem-solving strategies that will help the reader to learn quickly to apply simple concepts to solve complex problems in general physics. To address any deficiency in mathematical knowledge needed to succeed in a physics course, Chapter Zero reviews important mathematics concepts that are generally encountered in physics. In addition, each chapter contains several different solved problems in different areas. Additional practice problems are also included in each chapter.Do not rely on tutors and study groups as the source of solutions to the assigned homework problems. This habit will paralyze your ability to develop the skills needed to apply physics concepts in real life situations. Asking another person to doanbsp;...
|Title||:||Principles and Applications of General Physics. Volume 1: Mechanics, Waves and Fluids|
|Author||:||Alec Sithole, Fidelis Manyanga|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2014-07-31|