Glencoe Physics: Principles & Problems – McGraw-Hill Education – Student Edition

Give your class new momentum with conceptual understanding, valuable math support, and problem-solving activities. Although not calculus-based, Glencoe : & Problems (Copyright 2005) provides a strong foundation for beginning students of high school or college physics. A lot of basic items that are taken for granted by other textbooks are explained in simple english.

For example, the three-lined equal sign ≡ is explained on page 44, along with the difference average velocity and average speed. Graphs are presented and explained. The have subscripts that are relevant to the meaning of the situation. The example problems begin with a problem statement and a detailed procedure for solving it, step-by-step.

1. Introduction, Measurement, Estimating
2. Describing Motion: Kinematics in One Dimension
3. Kinematics in Two Dimensions; Vectors
4. Dynamics: Newton’s Laws of Motion
5. Circular Motion; Gravitation
6. Work and Energy
7. Linear Momentum
8. Rotational Motion
9. Static Equilibrium; Elasticity and Fracture
10. Fluids
11. Oscillations and Waves
12. Sound
13. Temperature and Kinetic Theory
14. Heat
15. The Laws of Thermodynamics
16. Charge and Field
17. Electric Potential
18. Electric Currents
19. DC Circuits
20. Magnetism
21. Induction and Faraday’s Law
22. Electromagnetic Waves
23. Light: Geometric
24. The Wave Nature of Light
25. Optical Instruments
26. The Special Theory of Relativity
27. Early Quantum Theory and Models of the Atom
28. Quantum Mechanics of Atoms
29. Molecules and Solids
30. Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity
31. Nuclear Energy; Effects and Uses of Radiation
32. Elementary Particles
33. Astrophysics and Cosmology

Title: Glencoe Physics: Principles & Problems
Author: McGraw-Hill Education
Edition: Student Edition
ISBN: 0078458137 | 978-0078458132
Type: eBook
Language: English
Calculus Based Physics

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