Conceptual Physical Science (5th Edition)Author:
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Pub Date: 2011
Paul G. Hewitt is the author of Conceptual Physical Science (5th Edition), published 2011 under ISBN 9780321753342 and 0321753348. Four hundred fifty eight Conceptual Physical Science (5th Edition) textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, one hundred thirty two used from the cheapest price of $96.25, or buy new starting at $128.70. [read more]
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I did not use the book much for the class but the graphical illustrations were helpful. The only thing I used in class were the index and the glossary. But overall the book seemed very complete. I was satisfied with the book.read more
Physical Science Class, this class was more of an earth science class. We learned mostly about rocks and the different types of minerals. As well as about plate tectonics and natural environments.
This book was easier to read and comprehend than some of the other science books that I've had to use. There were interesting little facts included and most of the wording was simple for someone like me, not a science fan in general, to grasp.read more
I used this book in Geology and Earth Science classes in college.
I learned about physical science and how difficult it is to use it in everyday life. I learned about the math and many different formulas needed to find the distance of a ball leaving your hand and landing on the ground. It was really interesting!read more
Some of the examples could of had a link so you could have at least watched the example. I usually need a visual.
Physical science and lab. the booked helped a lot because it gave me really good examples of the things we were learning.read more
This book matters the most because it gave great examples when my teacher didn't.
Better diagrams and a more in depth analysis of certain subjectsread more
It was proficient, there are other books I would have preferred. However, this book was easy to follow and well written.
I don't really read much about physics, but this was a very "readable" text with good review and practice problems.read more
This was used as a supplement for my class, but I think it was good for never having taken physics before.
Pub Date: 2011