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  • ISBN 0201066866
  • ISBN13 978-0201066869
  • Language English
  • Author A. Lewis Ford
  • Publisher Addison-Wesley; 7 edition (June 1, 1987)
  • Pages 976
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  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Science and Mathematics
  • Size ePub 1175 kb
  • Size Fb2 1165 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 219

Lewis Ford is Professor of Physics at Texas A&M University. If you use this book along with the Schaum's Outline of College Physics you should have as easy a time as is possible with the subject matter.

Lewis Ford is Professor of Physics at Texas A&M University. from Rice University in 1968 and a P. in chemical physics from the University of Texas at Austin in 1972. After a one-year postdoc at Harvard University, he joined the Texas A&M physics faculty in 1973 and has been there ever since. Now for what is not so good, which lies entirely in the cynical marketing strategy.

The University Physics book has the distinction from the College physics series to be complicated by calculus. Calculus is a prominent topic when one studies kinematics and from then on, calculus isn't really a big deal. This book is the biggest book I have, for the simple fact, that there is an immense amount of material and also because they really take up a lot of space to discuss ideas. The highlight of this book is the modern physics portion, in which quantum mechanics, atomic physics, particle physics, relativity and cosmology is discussed.

This is the first solutions manual to accompany "University Physics".

ISBN-13: 978-0201640595. This is the first solutions manual to accompany "University Physics". The main text provides a thorough introduction to the elements of an introductory physics course and contains material designed to enhance students' conceptual understanding. Series: University Physics (Book 1). Paperback: 264 pages.

Book by Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman, A. Lewis Ford, Francis Weston Sears. Paperback: 1521 pages.

by A. Lewis Ford (Author), Sears & Zemansky (Author), Young & Freedman (Author) & 0 more. University Physics, Volume 1 Student Solutions Manual Paperback.

A. Lewis Ford’s most popular book is University Physics with Modern Physics. Books by A. Lewis Ford. Showing 28 distinct works. University Physics Vol 3 (Chapters 37-44) with Mastering Physics by. Hugh D. Freedman (Goodreads Author). A. Lewis Ford (Contributor).

Solutions Bauer & Westfall - University Physics with Modern Physics 2n. 54. University Physics Solution Manual.

Solutions Bauer & Westfall - University Physics with Modern Physics 2nd. 44. 3NBB0 - Solutions Chapter 4. 1. دليل المعلم فيزياء متقدم الوحدة1. 0. Vector Addition. HW Solutions Chapter 40 Zemansky.

This text is known for its clear and thorough narrative, as well as its uniquely broad, deep, and thoughtful sets of worked examples that provide students with key tools for developing both conceptual understanding and problem-solving skills. R oger A. Freedman is a Lecturer in Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. In the 1970s Dr. Freedman worked as a comic book letterer and helped organize the San Diego Comic-Con (now the world's largest popular culture convention) during its first few years.

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Book is wonderful.
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Mysterious Wrench
I never liked physics very much, but needed a good reference text for a course I was taking years after finishing college. I chose this one as a cheap copy was available. Boy, was it worth it! Highly recommended.
This is a decent textbook in spite of some rather tough material. Good illustrations and clear presentations of concepts. Reasonably easy to read and gives you a shot at learning and passing the course.
I use it for reference only. It is a fairly easy read if you have the background. bla bla bla
I love this book. I have had other Physics books and they suck, but I love this one. One of the authors is a professor at my school. He's kind of weird though.
Fast Lovebird
This is the classic physics book for the university undergraduate. I have used this edition and previous editions for years.
I've used both this book and Halliday's Extended 6th edition for my course on Physics. My conclusion, chapter after chapter, has been clear to me: this is the perfect book for a general course on Physics at university level. The language is simple to understand (Halliday too), the figures and tables are well done and useful (Halliday too), the content is thorough (Halliday: not so much !). Yes, this last is the striking thing: it's thorough and reaches a level of detail that is not a common feature for these kind of Physics books.
The problems set is well balanced both in content and number (an average of 85-90 for each chapter), and as usual odd-numbered problems' solutions are provided.
I've tried this book without anybody advising it to me, now I'm happy I've had it for the exam.