This resource is a set of detailed study guides for students of introductory calculus-based physics. They were developed to meet two primary goals: 1) Summarize essential principles addressed in a first-year physics course, and 2) Provide problem sets with complete solutions delivered in the clearest possible language. The guides contain very few derivations; rather, they emphasize how to apply principles and how to use equations to solve for desired quantities. The materials are organized similar to the sequence presented in calculus-based physics textbooks by Serway and by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker. Topics include kinematics, dynamics, oscillations, waves, and electric fields.
%0 Electronic Source %A Murdock, David %D January 1, 2008 %T Tennessee Tech University: Physics Study Guides %V 2014 %N 23 October 2014 %8 January 1, 2008 %9 application/pdf %U http://iweb.tntech.edu/murdock/books.html
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