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Download Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Volume 1: Mechanics, Oscillations and Waves; Thermodynamics eBook

by Paul A. Tipler,Gene Mosca

Download Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Volume 1: Mechanics, Oscillations and Waves; Thermodynamics eBook
ISBN:
0716708094
Author:
Paul A. Tipler,Gene Mosca
Category:
Physics
Language:
English
Publisher:
W. H. Freeman; Fifth edition (July 10, 2003)
Pages:
650 pages
EPUB book:
1308 kb
FB2 book:
1455 kb
DJVU:
1336 kb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
396


New hardcover Volume 1 edition of the classic text, now more than ever tailored to meet the needs of the struggling student.
  • Swordsong
They skip too many steps. The way they explain things are very unintuitive and lacks clarity. It is like the authors assume you already know how to do this stuff and are just refreshing your memory. I have no idea why my physics professor would choose this horrible book for students learning this stuff for the first time.
  • olgasmile
Got this for college physics, there is so much unnecessary crap and not much focus on the actual concepts, hated reading it and learned more from websites
  • Cerekelv
The book is very helpful and has sections in each chapter that lists and reviews the relevant formulas for that chapter. The book was a little more worn down than I expected; but, nonetheless, it was a great price for what I needed! Also, I did not know this when I rented it but this book contains VOLUME 1 AND 2 in it (i rented volume 2 before receiving this book and realizing it had both already in it).
  • Amerikan_Volga
Looks like it was done via OCR and there was no editing. It's not usable in its current Kindle format.
  • Kit
Book of a good quality. Not to hard to read, if you know physics.
  • Nejind
The book is okay. It doesn't break down the topics enough, and the end of the chapter problems really require you to make a leap in intuition to be able to solve the harder problems.
  • HeonIc
It is a very big text book, but the best thing is it comes with a disc that has the book on it. It does have some extra examples but like the study guide, really doesn't help much.

Another good thing is that the text is usable over the physics requisite!
I purchased this textbook for my college level Calculus based Physics course. I was initially excited and looking forward to diving into this textbook. When I reviewed a few pages, I felt like I was so lost. It is a difficult read that's for sure. I recommend a study guide from Barron's to assist with this textbook!