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written by Christopher Wozny
This workbook of conceptual exercises covers the material from introductory physics.  It is written to help students understand important physics concepts and principles and to help them develop the problem-solving skills needed to solve conceptual exercises consistently and correctly. Each chapter examines a different topic and has three different types of conceptual exercises, "Conflicting Contentions" tasks, "Qualitative Reasoning" tasks, and "Can You Explain This?" tasks.
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