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Publisher Description

Soon you’ll agree that Physics Rocks! Glencoe Physics: Principles and Problems combines proven, comprehensive content with dynamic multimedia tools and engaging, hands-on labs to help you get the Big Ideas of Physics. Real-world connections and examples make learning Physics fun while plenty of math practice problems and self-quizzes help you succeed.


Content includes:


Mechanics

• Representing Motion

• Accelerated Motion

• Forces in One Dimension

• Displacement and Force in Two Dimensions

• Motion in Two Dimensions

• Gravitation

• Rotational Motion

• Momentum and Its Conservation

• Work, Energy, and Machines

• Energy and Its Conservation



States of Matter

• Thermal Energy

• States of Matter



Waves and Light

• Vibrations and Waves

• Sound

• Fundamentals of Light

• Reflection and Mirrors

• Refraction and Lenses

• Interference and Diffraction



Electricity and Magnetism

• Static Electricity

• Electric Fields

• Electric Current

• Series and Parallel Circuits

• Magnetic Fields

• Electromagnetic Induction

• Electromagnetism



Subatomic Physics

• Quantum Theory

• The Atom

• Solid-State Electronics

• Nuclear and Particle Physics

RELEASED
2012
December 4
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
1920
Pages
PUBLISHER
McGraw-Hill Education
SELLER
McGraw-Hill Education
SIZE
1.3
GB
AUDIENCE
Grades 9-12

Customer Reviews

Sp12345 ,

Amazing!

The greatest version of textbook!
Please add more upper division university textbooks.

dmm219 ,

Proper editing is important In physics

Text quizzes are riddled with errors. Unacceptable in science education. This book should be pulled immediately until some one who understands,physics can edit the book.

Update: the new revision is a much better book. There are still errors, however, this time it took until the first standardized test problem to find one....

Physcstchr ,

Errors

Many errors in grammar and even answers just in the first chapter. Before publishing this textbook, errors should have been corrected. It would be a great classroom tool for me as a physics teacher if it was reliable. In one of the labs, I was not able to see a video that was to go along with it.

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