University Physics with Modern Physics

  • Title: University Physics with Modern Physics
  • Author: Hugh D. Young Roger A. Freedman
  • ISBN: 9780805386844
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Hardcover
  • University Physics with Modern Physics Offering time tested problems conceptual and visual pedagogy and a state of the art media package this th edition looks to the future of university physics in terms of both content and approach
    Offering time tested problems, conceptual and visual pedagogy, and a state of the art media package, this 11th edition looks to the future of university physics, in terms of both content and approach.

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    1. A holy grail of high school Physics! I am pretty much sure that Tony Stark had this one in his kindle. Put my money on it.Four people : Young and Freedman and Sears and Zeemanksy have bound together a book of a lifetime for Physics lovers. Remember that this is an academic book.Yet the writing and the splendor makes you wonder otherwise. The illustrations go hand in hand with the lucid explanations.This is the way Physics ought to be taught.The prose style is in a manner that converseswith you; [...]

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    2. Out of the stack of physics texts I've read thus far in my studious life, this one has to be the best. Very clear examples, very clear and honest explanations of subject matter, and some of the coolest pictures of physical phenomenon available anywhere. This edition covers quantum physics and QED, which is rare to find in a textbook which some would call "Introductory", and is a highly satisfying end to a large, yet highly useful text.Finally, I can take all my old physics texts and replace them [...]

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    3. This Book IS A good book for Physics

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    4. The best book for physics

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    5. Very useful, well written textbook with examplesA book that is well laid out, clearly and easily understandable.

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    6. Honestly, the best physics book I own. So many examples and thorough explanations. It's one of my most cherished textbooks.

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    7. physics concepts in a nutshell

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    8. 23 Nov 2016Used half of this textbook (mechanics and thermodynamics), and I find that it's quite useful! Of course it's not perfect, because you can't completely rely only on this single textbook for everything that you need to know, you have to use this textbook in combination with a few other sources, but I find it to be a very nice complement to those other sources because it provides some of the important basic fundamentals for certain important concepts.(view spoiler)[18 Aug 2016 (Y1S1W2): [...]

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    9. Great as an introduction, the explanations provided here are on par with Serway's introductory book although Serway's book has (much)better exercises. It offers extensive discussions on every subject but sometimes that discussion does not delve into subtle matters, but I think that this is expected from an introductory book. I am sure though that there might be another textbook out there that provides those small extra details to go the extra mile. I think that those subtle points are necessary [...]

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    10. Perhaps one the best calculus-based textbook in Physics. Each section explains every topic in great detail. Examples are exhaustive. Perfect for undergraduate students but I don't recommend bringing it around the campus because its really really bulky. When you want to read concepts about Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Electromagnetism and Optics, this book clearly discusses the fundamentals up to the mid-advance part. However when it comes Modern Physics, things become less interesting because some [...]

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    11. What makes this book stand out to me from the typical format is all the problem-solving strategies it provides through each chapter in neat little boxes that you can follow consistently throughout most problems (very helpful in getting you started!). Overall there's a wide range of colors and images scattered throughout which really aids in the learning curve.I hope more books (especially the more advanced ones that are often riddled with proofs, theorems, and excessive use of mathematical jargo [...]

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    12. So I got around and read the famous Sears & Zemansky's University physics. This is really a lovely book for undergrad students that are being initiated into real physics. The text is clear and concise, there are a lot of exercises and problems just what undergrads just starting out need :)This book is certainly up there with Halliday's Fundamentals of physics. Right now I cannot say which one of those books should be on top both are them are equally good.

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    13. I bought this one when I was high school. It's my series of Physics books, University Physics by Young, Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday and College Physics by Serway. I think Young is the most popular for Physics books because of fulfill contents, Its Modern Physics is separated in another part of the book, and the author simply emphasizes it.

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    14. With throughout explanations and illustrations, along with problems ranging all levels of difficulty, this is absolutely the best introductory physics textbook I have read. One could easily enjoy reading this and learn physics at their own pace.

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    15. I only used the first 3rd of this book, because that's all of the course I did, the Mechanics section. I found that they book was ok, but I found videos online the explained the concepts much better.

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    16. There are a lot of interesting stuff here!

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    17. it is the best of alls!

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    18. YAY AGAIN ANOTHER DIGITAL COPY! *Dancing all over the place*

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    19. Reading the electro-magnetics and quantum physics chapters for some tutoring. I really wish my school used this physics book! I can actually understand it! Damn you Tipler!

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    20. Malaysian High School Physics

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    21. Best physics book

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    22. its owesome .!!!!!!!!!!!

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    23. calculus-based according to amazon review

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    24. Am I the only one who loves this book?

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    25. Best Physics textbook out there.

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    26. For first, second and third semester physics.

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