Understanding Physics
by Faraz Hussain
Publisher: UnderstandingPhysics.org 2011
Number of pages: 159
Description:
Understanding Physics is an introductory book focusing on simple explanations of basic physics concepts. The book is also sprinkled with general articles on engineering to help you understand how physics is applied in the real world.
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