Click to preview Solving Problems in Physics pocket and trade book

This book offers guidance in the techniques of problem solving in physics. General ideas are first considered, followed by specific concepts and difficulties commonly encountered by physics students.
The third section consists of a collection of case studies showing worked solutions to structured problems. The material should be of value to advanced-level and beginning university students. New teachers in physics may also find much useful information.


About the Author

John Keith Atkin
chet1 Sheffield, England

Publish Date  September 02, 2012

Dimensions  Trade  144 pgs Color printing (on white uncoated paper)

Category  Education

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