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College Physics for the AP® Physics 1 Course (2nd Edition)

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Ebook - 9781319371470

30 September 2020

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Author Gay Stewart is well known and respected in the AP and Physics Education communities. It is the first text to integrate AP skill building and exam prep into a college–level textbook. 


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Author Gay Stewart is well known and respected in the AP and Physics Education communities. It is the first text to integrate AP skill building and exam prep into a college–level textbook. Each section of the text offers unique skill-building approach to problem solving in The Takeaway:

  • Tier 1: Key concepts covered in each section + review questions of these concepts
  • Tier 2: AP Skill Building problems with bolded verbs that students will see on the AP exam (i.e. justify, calculate, etc.)
  • Tier 3: AP Skills in Action problems that allow students to put their developing skills to practice
Making physics accessible to all. 

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AP Exam Tips: written by a former Chief Reader
AP Practice Problems: written by former AP committee member & AP reader
AP Practice Exams: written by former AP committee member and summer institute leader & AP reader

Real-world Case Studies introduce each new topic area
You Will Learn To boxes at the start of each chapter highlight chapter learning goals and correspond to What Did You Learn?

Equation in Words boxes translate complex equation topics into everyday language that all students can understand
Need to Review? boxes provide on-the-spot notes that tell students where to find concepts to review or to study
Watch Out! boxes draw students' attention to important ideas that they need to remember as they read through the chapters



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Dr. Roger A. Freedman is a Lecturer in Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Todd G. Ruskell focuses on teaching at the introductory level, and continually develops more effective ways to help students learn. 

Dr. Philip Kesten, Associate Professor of Physics and Associate Provost for Residential Learning Communities at Santa Clara University, holds a B.S. in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and received his Ph.D. in high energy particle physics from the University of Michigan.



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Dr. Roger A. Freedman is a Lecturer in Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Todd G. Ruskell focuses on teaching at the introductory level, and continually develops more effective ways to help students learn. 

Dr. Philip Kesten, Associate Professor of Physics and Associate Provost for Residential Learning Communities at Santa Clara University, holds a B.S. in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and received his Ph.D. in high energy particle physics from the University of Michigan.



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