**Introductory Physics I**

by Robert G. Brown

2008**Number of pages**: 213

**Description**:

A free textbook for Newtonian mechanics, waves and oscillations, and thermodynamics. This text is intended to be used in the first semester of a two-semester series of courses teaching introductory physics at the college level.

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