This book emphasizes the conceptual unity of physics while providing a solid approach to help students build problem-solving skills. Scientifically sound, yet lauded by reviewers for clarity and accessibility, Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Third Edition, provides pedagogical support in recognition of the trouble spots often faced by students. An abundance of interesting and diverse end-of-chapter problems motivate and intrigue students. Other aids include references within examples to related problems found at the ends of chapters, Strategy boxes, extended summaries, paired problems, and cumulative problems to integrate concepts across several chapters. This new edition is correlated with the most comprehensive physics simulation package available, ActivPhysics™ 1 & 2.
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Jay M. Pasachoff is Field Memorial Professor of Astronomy and Director of the Hopkins Observatory at Williams College. His work as author of Astronomy: From the Earth to the Universe, now in its fifth edition, led to his teaming with Rich Wolfson to write Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Third Edition. He has also collaborated on a text entitled, Invitation to Physics.
Pasachoff is on the Executive Committee of the Forum on Education of the American Physical Society, is Chair of the Astronomy Divison of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and is Chair of the Working Group on Eclipses of the International Astronomical Union.
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Book Description Harper, 1978. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0060443766