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Understanding Physics

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This unique book places emphasis on the understanding of the material presented by adopting a reflective approach towards the scientific method used. Knowledge of algebra, geometry and trigonometry is required however, the authors introduce more advanced mathematical methods in the context of the physical problems which are used for analysis. Modern physics topics, includi ...more
Paperback, 776 pages
Published August 31st 1998 by Wiley (first published February 28th 1998)
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