College Physics – Alan Giambattista – 3rd Edition

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College is intended for a two-semester college course in introductory physics using and trigonometry. Our main goals in this are:

  • to present the basic concepts of that need to know for later
    courses and future careers,
  • to emphasize that is a tool for understanding the real world, and
  • to teach transferable problem-solving skills that can use throughout their
    lives

Although the fundamental philosophy of the has not changed, detailed feedback from over 130 reviewers (many of whom used the second edition in the classroom) has enabled us to fine-tune our approach to make the text even more user-friendly, conceptually based, and relevant for students. The third edition also has some added features
to further facilitate learning.

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  • PART ONE: MECHANICS
    1: Introduction
    2: Force
    3: Acceleration and Newtons Second Law of Motion
    4: Motion with a Changing Velocity
    5: Circular Motion
    6: Conservation of Energy
    7: Linear Momentum
    8: Torque and Angular Momentum
    9: Fluids
    10: Elasticity and Oscillations
    11: Waves
    12: Sound

    PART TWO: THERMAL PHYSICS
    13: Temperature and the Ideal Gas
    14: Heat
    15: Thermodynamics

    PART THREE: ELECTROMAGNETISM
    16: Electric Forces and Fields
    17: Electric Potential
    18: Electric Current and Circuits
    19: Magnetic Forces and Fields
    20: Electromagnetic Induction
    21: Alternating Current

    PART FOUR: ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES AND OPTICS
    22: Electromagnetic Waves
    23: Reflection and Refraction of Light
    24: Optical Instruments
    25: Interference and Diffraction

    PART FIVE: QUANTUM AND PARTICLE PHYSICS
    26: Relativity
    27: Early Quantum Physics and the Photon
    28: Quantum Physics
    29: Nuclear Physics
    30: Particle Physics

    APPENDICES
    Appendix A: Mathematics Review
    A.1 Algebra
    A.2 Solving equations
    A.3 Exponents and logarithms
    A.4 Proportions and ratios
    A.5 Geometry
    A.6 Trigonometry
    A.7 Approximations
    A.8 Vectors
    Appendix B: Table of Selected Isotopes
    Answers to Selected Questions and Problems
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Asmaa Ramadan
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18/07/2015 11:16 am

Information is easy to digest, and examples are very helpful and easy to follow.

Fatma M. Azim
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18/07/2015 11:20 am
Reply to  Asmaa Ramadan

I hate having to buy textbooks but I’m so glad I did this time!

Asmaa Ramadan
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18/07/2015 11:20 am
Reply to  Asmaa Ramadan

The writing is okay and the examples in the first few chapters are good.

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Louis
10/02/2021 12:47 pm

I clicked on the link and then I was transferred to Bridlee, paid the money and the book is not available.

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