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Thinking Physics Is Gedanken Physics

Author : Lewis C. Epstein
ISBN : 0935218084
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"In this book, as in real life, the hook comes first. When the explanation follows, it goes to the central point fast. There is an easy way to explain anything -- it's just hard to find it. That is Epstein's Law, and this book demonstrates it" --Cover, p. 4.

Thinking Physics Is Gedanken Physics

Author : Lewis C. Epstein
ISBN : UVA:X001400908
Genre : Science
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En række spørgsmål med svar indenfor bl.a. el-lære, magnetisme, bevægelse, varme, væsker, lys, tyngdekraft, energi, svingninger og atomfysik. Bogen forudsætter viden om fysik.

Relativity Visualized

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ISBN : OCLC:1036784954
Genre : Physics
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Thinking Like A Physicist

Author : Norman Thompson
ISBN : 0852745133
Genre : Physics
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This unique collection of problems and solutions, selected from examination and tutorial questions used in the University of Bristol, is the first book of its kind to address the art of problem solving in a truly constructive manner. The reader is encouraged to apply basic physical principles, judicious assumptions and approximations, and simplified models of complex situations, and to consider the limitations of the resulting solutions-in short, to 'think like a physicist'. The problems are taken from all branches of the subject, but many deal with topics that are essentially elementary, and should therefore be within the competence of undergraduates at all stages.

Turning The World Inside Out And 174 Other Simple Physics Demonstrations

Author : Robert Ehrlich
ISBN : 0691023956
Genre : Science
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Presents a collection of physics demonstrations that illustrate key concepts using easily accessible materials, with information providing a theoretical background for each demonstration

Thinking In Physics

Author : Vincent Coletta
ISBN : 0133938891
Genre : Science
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A fundamental approach to teaching scientific reasoning skills In Thinking in Physics, Vincent Coletta creates a new curriculum that helps instructors reach students who have the greatest difficulty learning physics. The book presents evidence that students' reasoning ability is strongly related to their learning and describes ways for students to improve their reasoning to achieve a better understanding of basic physics principles.

Discovering Mathematics

Author : A. Gardiner
ISBN : 9780486452999
Genre : Mathematics
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The term "mathematics" usually suggests an array of familiar problems with solutions derived from well-known techniques. Discovering Mathematics: The Art of Investigation takes a different approach, exploring how new ideas and chance observations can be pursued, and focusing on how the process invariably leads to interesting questions that would never have otherwise arisen. With puzzles involving coins, postage stamps, and other commonplace items, students are challenged to account for the simple explanations behind perplexing mathematical phenomena. Elementary methods and solutions allow readers to concentrate on the way in which the material is explored, as well as on strategies for answers that aren't immediately obvious. The problems don't require the kind of sophistication that would put them out of reach of ordinary students, but they're sufficiently complex to capture the essential features of mathematical discovery. Complete solutions appear at the end.

Drawing Physics

Author : Don S. Lemons
ISBN : 9780262338752
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Humans have been trying to understand the physical universe since antiquity. Aristotle had one vision (the realm of the celestial spheres is perfect), and Einstein another (all motion is relativistic). More often than not, these different understandings begin with a simple drawing, a pre-mathematical picture of reality. Such drawings are a humble but effective tool of the physicist's craft, part of the tradition of thinking, teaching, and learning passed down through the centuries. This book uses drawings to help explain fifty-one key ideas of physics accessibly and engagingly. Don Lemons, a professor of physics and author of several physics books, pairs short, elegantly written essays with simple drawings that together convey important concepts from the history of physical science.Lemons proceeds chronologically, beginning with Thales' discovery of triangulation, the Pythagorean monocord, and Archimedes' explanation of balance. He continues through Leonardo's description of "earthshine" (the ghostly glow between the horns of a crescent moon), Kepler's laws of planetary motion, and Newton's cradle (suspended steel balls demonstrating by their collisions that for every action there is always an equal and opposite reaction). Reaching the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, Lemons explains the photoelectric effect, the hydrogen atom, general relativity, the global greenhouse effect, Higgs boson, and more. The essays place the science of the drawings in historical context -- describing, for example, Galileo's conflict with the Roman Catholic Church over his teaching that the sun is the center of the universe, the link between the discovery of electrical phenomena and the romanticism of William Wordsworth, and the shadow cast by the Great War over Einstein's discovery of relativity. Readers of Drawing Physics with little background in mathematics or physics will say, "Now I see, and now I understand."

The Flying Circus Of Physics

Author : Jearl Walker
ISBN : 8126517824
Genre : Physics
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This new version now contains answers to all the over 600 stimulating questions. Walker covers the entirety of naked-eye physics by exploring problems of the everyday world. He focuses on the flight of Frisbees, sounds of thunder, rainbows, sand dunes, soap bubbles, etc., and uses such familiar objects as rubber bands, eggs, tea pots, and Coke bottles. Many references to outside sources guide the way through the problems. Now the inclusion of answers provides immediate feedback, making this an extraordinary approach in applying all of physics to problems of the real world.· Hiding Under the Covers, Listening for the Monsters· The Walrus Speaks of Classical Mechanics· Heat Fantasies and Other Cheap Thrills of the Night· The Madness of Stirring Tea· She Comes in Colors Everywhere· The Electrician's Evil and the Ring's Magic· The Walrus Has His Last Say and Leaves Us Assorted Goodies

Instant Physics

Author : Tony Rothman
ISBN : UCSD:31822025995747
Genre : Reference
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For everyone who breaks out in a sweat at the thought of thermodynamics or quantum mechanics, now there's a concise and comprehensive text that's the ideal remedial remedy--guaranteed to produce advanced results. Filled with features such as chapter summaries, a who's who list, and biographical and historical tidbits, plus illustrations, photos, equations, and diagrams.

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