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College Physics (2nd Edition)

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Hardcover - 9781464196393

1 January 2018

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Freedman College Physics, Second Edition, is a student-centered text and homework program for introductory, algebra-based physics courses. With a focus on conceptual understanding and biological applications, College Physics...

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Freedman College Physics, Second Edition, is a student-centered text and homework program for introductory, algebra-based physics courses. With a focus on conceptual understanding and biological applications, College Physics makes the relevance of physics clear to students. This new integrated learning system brings together a ground-breaking media program with an innovative text presentation of algebra-based Physics. An experienced author team brings together a unique set of expertise and perspectives to help students master concepts and succeed in developing problem-solving skills necessary for College Physics. Now available for the first time with Sapling Plus--an online learning platform with the robust Sapling homework system, in which every problem has targeted feedback, hints, and a fully worked and explained solution. This platform gives students the ability to actively read with a fully interactive eBook, watch pre-lecture videos and work or review problems with a mobile accessible learning experience. 

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Introduction to Physics.- 2. Linear Motion.- 3. Motion in Two and Three Dimensions.- 4. Forces and Motion I: Newton’s Laws.- 5. Forces and Motion II: Applications.- 6. Work and Energy.- 7. Momentum, Collisions, and Center of Mass.- 8. Rotational Motion.- 9. Elastic Properties of Matter: Stress and Strain.- 10. Gravitation.- 11. Fluids.- 12. Oscillations.- 13. Waves.- 14. Thermodynamics I.- 15. Thermodynamics II.- 16. Electrostatics I: Electric Charge, Forces, and Fields.- 17. Electrostatics II: Electric Potential Energy and Electric Potential.- 18. Electric Charges in Motion.- 19. Magnetism.- 20. Electromagnetic Induction.- 21. Alternating-Current Circuits.- 22. Electromagnetic Waves.- 23. Wave Properties of Light
24. Geometrical Optics.- 25. Relativity.- 26. Quantum Physics and Atomic Structure.- 27. Nuclear Physics.- 28. Particle Physics






















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Dr. Roger A. Freedman - Lecturer in Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He came to UCSB in 1981 after three years of teaching and doing research at the University of Washington. At UCSB, Dr. Freedman has taught in both the Department of Physics and the College of Creative Studies, a branch of the university intended for highly gifted and motivated undergraduates. In recent years, he has helped to develop computer-based tools for learning introductory physics and astronomy and has been a pioneer in the use of classroom response systems and the “flipped” classroom model at UCSB. 

Todd G. Ruskell - focuses on teaching at the introductory level, and continually develops more...

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Dr. Roger A. Freedman - Lecturer in Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He came to UCSB in 1981 after three years of teaching and doing research at the University of Washington. At UCSB, Dr. Freedman has taught in both the Department of Physics and the College of Creative Studies, a branch of the university intended for highly gifted and motivated undergraduates. In recent years, he has helped to develop computer-based tools for learning introductory physics and astronomy and has been a pioneer in the use of classroom response systems and the “flipped” classroom model at UCSB. 

Todd G. Ruskell - focuses on teaching at the introductory level, and continually develops more effective ways to help students learn. Dr. Ruskell brings his experience in improving students’ conceptual understanding to the text, as well as a strong liberal arts perspective. Dr. Ruskell’s love of physics began with a B.A. in physics from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. He went on to receive an M.S. and Ph.D. in optical sciences from the University of Arizona. He has received awards for teaching excellence, including Colorado School of Mines’ Alumni Teaching Award.

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. Since joining the Santa Clara faculty in 1990, Dr. Kesten has also served as Chair of Physics, Faculty Director of the ATOM and da Vinci Residential Learning Communities, and Director of the Ricard Memorial Observatory. 

Dr. David Tauck - Associate Professor of Biology, holds both a B.A. in biology and an M.A. in Spanish from Middlebury College. Since joining the Santa Clara University faculty in 1987, he has served as Chair of the Biology Department, the College Committee on Rank and Tenure, and the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee; he has also served as president of the local chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Dr. Tauck currently serves as the Faculty Director in Residence of the da Vinci Residential Learning Community.

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