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by Ronald Lane Reese

  • ISBN: 0534369626
  • Author: Ronald Lane Reese
  • ePub ver: 1515 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1515 kb
  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brooks/Cole Pub Co; 1st edition (April 1999)
  • Formats: doc txt azw mbr
  • Category: Math
  • Subcategory: Physics
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University Physics Hardcover – February, 1999. by Ronald Lane Reese (Author).

University Physics Hardcover – February, 1999.

UNIVERSITY PHYSICS STUDENT SOLUTIONS MANUAL V1 Paperback. Reese apparently had endless energy, knowledge, and good will, to craft a book so abundantly rich with myriad drawings, pictures, examples, quotations, and historical perspectives that they combine to provide one an abundant sense of appreciation, and MASTERY of the great themes of fundamental physics. Reese has bent over backwards to give us it all. Yeah, I'm thrilled and I'm planning on savoring every word of Reese's book.

His thinking is that it is better to build technical knowledge on a firm foundation of fundamental principles rather than on a large collection of mere formulas. In doing this, he helps students develop a thorough understanding of the principles of basic areas of physics: kinematics, dynamics, waves, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, optics, relativity, and modern physics.

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Comments (7)

Hap
I was an unemployed software guy with time on my hands so I decided to go back and relearn my undergrad physics and mathematics. The idea was to savor the subjects the second-time-around in contrast to the frenzied cramming of my college days.

My previous college physics professor was the classic "weed out the unworthy" type. He hit us over the head with "Physics" by Halliday, and oblique lectures, seemingly designed more to demonstrate the gulf between him and us rather than to ignite the glory of science in our hearts. I remember endless hours fitfully parsing Halliday with the growing dread that I was just not good enough to "get" physics. I passed my physics and calculus courses but I never shook that "second-rater" feeling I got from my physics professor.

With the hope of redeeming myself in physics, I turned to Amazon and was able to quickly identify "University Physics" by Reese as the very best book for a self-taught review of undergraduate physics and associated mathematics.

Only rarely do we open a book and shout with great joy that we have discovered a treasure. So it was for me when I opened Reese's book. Reese apparently had endless energy, knowledge, and good will, to craft a book so abundantly rich with myriad drawings, pictures, examples, quotations, and historical perspectives that they combine to provide one an abundant sense of appreciation, and MASTERY of the great themes of fundamental physics. Reese has bent over backwards to give us it all.

Yeah, I'm thrilled and I'm planning on savoring every word of Reese's book. Thank God, I LOVE physics -- Reese should be given a medal!
Zamo
This one is a classic. Come for the erudite vignettes but stay for the elegant derivations. Written with clarity and grace such that one can be gently nudged beyond one's comfort zone and then taken just one tiny step further into the sunshine of fresh understanding. An antidote to the antiseptic physics books that now clutter our shelves.
RED
Great physics book for those tired of the same treatment found in every other physics textbook. Reese does an excellent job of surprising this owner of many, many physics books. An excellent addition to any library.
Muniath
It is a pricey but "worth-it" book for learning physics. I went through a lot of books, Resnick Halliday etc, but found this book much easier to understand. IT is bulky so you have to manage with that.
Marelyne
I really like the book. Though it was tagged 'very good,' it came in an excellent condition. I must say it was a very good buy
Gri
I don't like this textbook, honestly. It's great to have on the side if you're confused and want different explanations and examples. The book came in almost perfect condition. It was new but the edges were sort of worn off and there was a rip in my book.
But I can live with that.
Silver Globol
The problems are arrogant, and there are no answers either in the book or in the student manual. He lays almost no foundation for these problems, so you end up teaching yourself for the most part. Guessing your way through the problems is a huge waste of time. And by the time I sort-of solve the problem, I realize that he is only twisting definitions, and not really giving you a problem that would build knowledge and experience. His twisted language cannot even be taken to Yahoo to find a similar problem. As a certified teacher, I understand what is required for someone to learn. He has completely missed the mark.
This book came in great condition. The delivery was quick and I had it in time for my classes. Very reliable.

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