College Physics (text Component)Author:
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Pub Date: 2009
Wilson, Jerry D. is the author of College Physics (text Component), published 2009 under ISBN 9780321601834 and 0321601831. Three hundred sixty College Physics (text Component) textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, ninety six used from the cheapest price of $117.10, or buy new starting at $244.20. [read more]
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This book explains physics concepts but don't have the greatest pictures to help show the concepts.read more
I used this test for an introduction to physics class.
No part of the book was least helpful. I think all of the parts were relevant and easy to understand.read more
Physics is a particularly tough subject at the college level. This book makes physics fun and easy to understand.
College Physics I and College Physics II were general physics classes taken to gain an understanding of physics concepts used in engineering practices.read more
The most useful thing I have learned from this book is how to apply physics in other classes using formulas and examples given in the text.
The equations and explanations of concepts. The author went into great detail to make sure the student reader was well aware and understanding of the material. He made the difficult tasks that were to be completed in physics very easy to understand.read more
Catholicism. It was very effective. The author went to great lengths to describe the ways of Catholicism and how it relates to our society today. This book was very helpful for my theology class and was also an interesting read.
THIS SHOULD NOT BE YOUR ONLY BOOK IF YOU ARE NOT COMFORTABLE WITH PHYSICSread more
EXPLAINING TOPICS IN A SIMPLER FORM. THE LANGUAGE IS COMPLICATED.
Never really opened the book during my physics class. Without actually reading it, my teacher must have had a good reason for not utilizing the resource.read more
We used this book in a physics class that covered kinematics. Honestly though, never cracked the book open all class. The equation pages in the front and back covers were very helpful though.
learned about vectors, force, potential energy, and kinetic energy.read more
This book is good as it is. It is very useful and helpful in class.
Pub Date: 2009