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e-Book University Physics epub download

Author: Harris Benson
ISBN: 0471517852
Pages: 992 pages
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons (WIE); International Ed edition (April 4, 1991)
Language: English
Category: Science & Mathematics
Size ePUB: 1584 kb
Size Fb2: 1118 kb
Size DJVU: 1426 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 387
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e-Book University Physics epub download

by Harris Benson



Providing a modern approach to traditional topics, this calculus-based introductory physics book incorporates interesting historical material to motivate development of subjects. Includes a discussion of contemporary applications.

Providing a modern approach to traditional topics, this calculus-based introductory physics book incorporates interesting historical material to motivate development of subjects.

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Harris Benson has written one of the most lucidly written Physics introductory Text Book I have ever come across. University Physics is a must-read for all students and teachers. However, this book must not be looked upon as a problem-solving enhancer but certainly a concept-builder. Being a trainer for the IIT-JEE & Olympiads in India, this superb book has given me personally a lot of interesting insights - both conceptual and historical and has helped me enhance my teaching. For problem-solving, books like Irodov, Gnadig, Krotov, Clark etc. could be preferrable.

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This calculus-based, introductory physics text aims to provide a modern approach to the traditional first-year topics. It incorporates historical material to motivate development of subjects and discusses contemporary applications, and also contains numerous problems.
Perdana
Good book despite being a older book. It had good examples and great ways to show how things might work or look or how to set up a equation.
Jozrone
the author explains every topic better than my college professor. Unlike other physics books, this one explains it in a simple way and with examples easy to visualize. the book assigned for the class was very difficult to understand and i was very frustrated until my friend recomended me this book. it's amazing! i feel like i can get through all the tests with no problem :)
Alianyau
Another great book, was also purchased for an undergrad class in a state university.
Arthunter
AWESOME DEAL! AWESOME BOOK!
Nalaylewe
this saved me $100 on a book that we dont even use for class. its in pretty rough shape but like i said we dont use it so im not too worried about it
Perilanim
This book has writing in Japanese in just about every page. It has writing in pen and pencil. The previous owner worked problems in the book. It is very distracting and I am going to have to buy another one.
Zahisan
Having picked up a Physics with Calculus class roughly three years after I took Physics in high school, I was surprised to discover how well this book describes many of the basic concepts. It manages to not only remind you of what you already know, but also bolsters that knowledge with new information.

However, considering that the course is highly math-oriented, one would think that the word problems would be a little easier to comprehend. I'm not asking to be handed everything on a silver platter, but I would hope that when a text book asks you how long it takes a train to get past a certain point they would specify whether they mean how long it takes the length of the train to go past that point or how long it takes to get past it from where the train currently is.

That may not make sense, but then that just means you understand my issue with the problems given. Many times you spend longer trying to figure out what information they want rather than working the problem. It's disappointing that a solutions manual is not available to students--such manuals can be a lot of help in discovering whether your calculation was wrong or you simply misunderstood what the problem was asking for.
Harris Benson has written one of the most lucidly written Physics introductory Text Book I have ever come across. Being a trainer for the IIT-JEE & Olympiads in India, this superb book has given me personally a lot of interesting insights - both conceptual and historical and has helped me enhance my teaching. The interesting historical references helps the reader to appreciate how concepts in Physics evolved over the years. University Physics is a must-read for all students and teachers. However, this book must not be looked upon as a problem-solving enhancer but certainly a concept-builder. For problem-solving, books like Irodov, Gnadig, Krotov, Clark etc. could be preferrable.