College Physics: A Strategic Approach (2nd Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2009
Randall D. Knight is the author of College Physics: A Strategic Approach (2nd Edition), published 2009 under ISBN 9780321595492 and 0321595491. Three hundred fifty six College Physics: A Strategic Approach (2nd Edition) textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, one hundred used from the cheapest price of $45.21, or buy new starting at $160.00. [read more]
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I found the examples in the book were the most usefulread more
I haven't read any other books of the same subject matter
It was somewhat easy to understand, the subject in general is just rather difficult, but I think overall it was well written and had a lot of helpful examples and imagery.read more
It was for a Physics class in college, it was a required class for an Architecture major.
The concepts are very easy to understand and everything is diagramed and explained in a way that makes the details easy.read more
the first couple chapters really give you a good foundation for learning the more difficult physics concepts, so study those first few chapters really well!
This book taught me how to properly apply kinematic equations using algebra.read more
This book was excellent, it challenges you to look deeper into the examples it provides to fully understand the problem. This way of thinking allows you to apply this mind set to various different problems.
It's an easy read, very helpfull to truly understand physics and how the world works!read more
Physics, effective for the subject. My instructor but the cirruclium being written the way it was made the class much more simple.
Projectile motion, because things are going at the same velocity when they are at the same points in motionread more
More pictures to demonstrate topics so that students can better understand them
My physics 2211 class required me to use this book. It utilized calculus, as well as physics concepts.read more
There wasn't anything that I disliked about this book. I actually used it to study for my MCAT as well.
Pub Date: 2009