**Introductory Physics Notes**

by I. Burley, M. Carrington, R. Kobes, G. Kunstatter

**Publisher**: University of Winnipeg 1996**Number of pages**: 360

**Description**:

These notes constitute a general, non-calculus introductory physics course. Topics: Motion; Force; Work and Energy; Momentum and Collisions; Circular Motion and the Law of Gravity; Rotational Equilibrium and Dynamics; Solids and Fluids; Vibrations and Waves; Electric Fields and Potentials; Current and Resistance; Magnetism; Wave Properties of Light; Quantum Physics; Atomic Physics; Nuclear Physics.

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