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Studying Physics

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 104
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Macmillan Study Skills

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02 December 2003

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An essential guide to the undergraduate wishing to develop skills in physics. Drawing on physics education research and the author's own extensive experience in teaching, this book addresses the skills needed by the...

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An essential guide to the undergraduate wishing to develop skills in physics. Drawing on physics education research and the author's own extensive experience in teaching, this book addresses the skills needed by the undergraduate to become a physicist. As well as chapters on the design of experiments, mathematical modelling, written reports and oral presentations, the book gives clear and practical advice on studying physics.

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There are no directly competing books currently available the material is therefore unique and timely
Includes examples and practical advice throughout on studying and learning physics
The Institute of Physics lays emphasis on key skills, which are addressed in this guide
An essential companion for the physics undergraduate

Preface
Acknowledgements
Studying Physics: An Introduction
Mathematical Techniques in Experimental Physics
Experimental Physics: Designing the Experiment
Statistics, Physics and Probability
Theory in Physics
Mathematical Modelling
Presenting Scientific Information.– Appendices.
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DAVID SANDS is a Senior Lecturer in the Physics Department at the University of Hull, where he teaches transferable skills and other specialist physics modules.

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DAVID SANDS is a Senior Lecturer in the Physics Department at the University of Hull, where he teaches transferable skills and other specialist physics modules.

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