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Essential University Physics (3rd Edition) – Volume 1 & 2

Download Essential University Physics (3rd Edition) – Volume 1 & 2 written by Richard Wolfson in PDF format. This book is under the category Physics and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 0321993721; 0321976428; 0321975979/9780321993724/ 9780321976420/ 9780321975973. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

$19.99

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book-author

Richard Wolfson

publisher

Pearson; Vol I – II; 3rd edition

file-type

PDF

pages

831 pages

language

English

asin

B01BY88GPM; B01EAC7VIC

isbn10

0321993721; 0321976428; 0321975979

isbn13

9780321993724/ 9780321976420/ 9780321975973


Book Description

For 2- and 3-semester university physics courses.

Richard Wolfson’s Essential University Physics; 3rd Edition (PDF) is a progressive and concise calculus-based physics textbook that offers great problems; clear writing; and relevant real-life applications in an affordable and streamlined textbook. Essential University Physics (Volume 1 and 2 combined) teaches sound problem-solving skills; emphasizes conceptual understanding; and makes connections to the real world. Features such as annotated figures and step-by-step problem-solving strategies help students master concepts and solve problems with confidence.

MasteringPhysics from Pearson (not included in this sale) is an online homework; tutorial; and assessment system; designed to improve results by engaging college students before; during; and after class with powerful content. Instructors ensure students arrive ready to learn by assigning educationally effective content before class and encourage critical thinking and retention with in-class resources such as Learning Catalytics. Students can master concepts after class through assignments that provide hints and answer-specific feedbacks. The Mastering gradebook records scores for all automatically graded assignments in 1 place; while diagnostic tools give instructors access to rich data to assess student misconceptions and understanding. Mastering brings learning full circle by continuously adapting to each student and making learning more personal than ever–before; during; and after class.

NOTE: No access codes included. This sale includes the complete ebook (both Volume 1 and 2) of Essential University Physics; 3rd Edition in PDF.

book-author

Richard Wolfson

publisher

Pearson; Vol I – II; 3rd edition

file-type

PDF

pages

831 pages

language

English

asin

B01BY88GPM; B01EAC7VIC

isbn10

0321993721; 0321976428; 0321975979

isbn13

9780321993724/ 9780321976420/ 9780321975973

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover……Page 1
Title page……Page 2
Copyright Page……Page 3
PhET Simulations……Page 4
Video Tutor Demonstrations……Page 5
Brief Contents……Page 6
About the Author……Page 7
Preface to the Instructor……Page 8
Preface to the Student……Page 14
Detailed Contents……Page 15
1.1 Realms of Physics……Page 20
1.2 Measurements and Units……Page 22
1.3 Working with Numbers……Page 24
1.4 Strategies for Learning Physics……Page 28
Part One Mechanics……Page 33
2.1 Average Motion……Page 34
2.2 Instantaneous Velocity……Page 36
2.3 Acceleration……Page 38
2.4 Constant Acceleration……Page 40
2.5 The Acceleration of Gravity……Page 43
2.6 When Acceleration Isn’t Constant……Page 45
3.1 Vectors……Page 51
3.2 Velocity and Acceleration Vectors……Page 54
3.3 Relative Motion……Page 55
3.4 Constant Acceleration……Page 56
3.5 Projectile Motion……Page 58
3.6 Uniform Circular Motion……Page 62
4.1 The Wrong Question……Page 70
4.2 Newton’s First and Second Laws……Page 71
4.3 Forces……Page 74
4.4 The Force of Gravity……Page 75
4.5 Using Newton’s Second Law……Page 77
4.6 Newton’s Third Law……Page 79
5.1 Using Newton’s Second Law……Page 90
5.2 Multiple Objects……Page 93
5.3 Circular Motion……Page 95
5.4 Friction……Page 99
5.5 Drag Forces……Page 103
Chapter 6 Energy, Work, and Power……Page 109
6.1 Energy……Page 110
6.2 Work……Page 111
6.3 Forces That Vary……Page 115
6.4 Kinetic Energy……Page 118
6.5 Power……Page 120
Chapter 7 Conservation of Energy……Page 128
7.1 Conservative and Nonconservative Forces……Page 129
7.2 Potential Energy……Page 130
7.3 Conservation of Mechanical Energy……Page 134
7.4 Nonconservative Forces……Page 137
7.5 Conservation of Energy……Page 138
7.6 Potential-Energy Curves……Page 139
8.1 Toward a Law of Gravity……Page 148
8.2 Universal Gravitation……Page 149
8.3 Orbital Motion……Page 151
8.4 Gravitational Energy……Page 154
8.5 The Gravitational Field……Page 157
9.1 Center of Mass……Page 163
9.2 Momentum……Page 168
9.4 Collisions……Page 172
9.5 Totally Inelastic Collisions……Page 173
9.6 Elastic Collisions……Page 175
10.1 Angular Velocity and Acceleration……Page 187
10.2 Torque……Page 190
10.3 Rotational Inertia and the Analog of Newton’s Law……Page 192
10.4 Rotational Energy……Page 197
10.5 Rolling Motion……Page 199
11.1 Angular Velocity and Acceleration Vectors……Page 208
11.2 Torque and the Vector Cross Product……Page 209
11.3 Angular Momentum……Page 211
11.4 Conservation of Angular Momentum……Page 213
11.5 Gyroscopes and Precession……Page 215
12.1 Conditions for Equilibrium……Page 223
12.2 Center of Gravity……Page 225
12.3 Examples of Static Equilibrium……Page 226
12.4 Stability……Page 228
Part Two Oscillations, Waves, and Fluids……Page 240
Chapter 13 Oscillatory Motion……Page 241
13.1 Describing Oscillatory Motion……Page 242
13.2 Simple Harmonic Motion……Page 243
13.3 Applications of Simple Harmonic Motion……Page 246
13.4 Circular Motion and Harmonic Motion……Page 250
13.5 Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion……Page 251
13.6 Damped Harmonic Motion……Page 252
13.7 Driven Oscillations and Resonance……Page 254
Chapter 14 Wave Motion……Page 262
14.1 Waves and Their Properties……Page 263
14.2 Wave Math……Page 264
14.3 Waves on a String……Page 266
14.4 Sound Waves……Page 269
14.5 Interference……Page 270
14.6 Reflection and Refraction……Page 273
14.7 Standing Waves……Page 274
14.8 The Doppler Effect and Shock Waves……Page 277
15.1 Density and Pressure……Page 284
15.2 Hydrostatic Equilibrium……Page 285
15.3 Archimedes’ Principle and Buoyancy……Page 288
15.4 Fluid Dynamics……Page 290
15.5 Applications of Fluid Dynamics……Page 292
15.6 Viscosity and Turbulence……Page 296
Part Three Thermodynamics……Page 303
16.1 Heat, Temperature, and Thermodynamic Equilibrium……Page 304
16.2 Heat Capacity and Specific Heat……Page 306
16.3 Heat Transfer……Page 308
16.4 Thermal-Energy Balance……Page 313
17.1 Gases……Page 322
17.2 Phase Changes……Page 326
17.3 Thermal Expansion……Page 329
18.1 The First Law of Thermodynamics……Page 336
18.2 Thermodynamic Processes……Page 338
18.3 Specific Heats of an Ideal Gas……Page 345
19.1 Reversibility and Irreversibility……Page 353
19.2 The Second Law of Thermodynamics……Page 354
19.3 Applications of the Second Law……Page 358
19.4 Entropy and Energy Quality……Page 361
Appendix A Mathematics……Page 374
Appendix B The International System of Units (SI……Page 382
Appendix C Conversion Factors……Page 384
Appendix D The Elements……Page 386
Appendix E Astrophysical Data……Page 389
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems……Page 390
Credits……Page 399
A……Page 402
C……Page 403
D……Page 404
E……Page 405
F……Page 406
H……Page 407
L……Page 408
M……Page 409
N……Page 410
P……Page 411
R……Page 412
S……Page 413
T……Page 414
W……Page 415
Z……Page 416

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