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An Outline of First Year College Physics

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An Outline of First Year College Physics
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Publisher: Barnes & Noble
Number of pages: 214

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It is the purpose of this outline to summarize the essential features of first year college physics in a manner as logical as possible consistent with the mathematical background ordinarily assumed in generally accepted texts of college grade. The subject matter is divided, for convenience, in the customary manner, into the classical branches of mechanics, properties of matter, wave motion, sound, heat, electricity, magnetism, and light; yet considerable stress is laid upon the unity of the subject as a whole.

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