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Essentials of Applied Physics

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Essentials of Applied Physics
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Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN/ASIN: 1406703702
Number of pages: 346

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This textbook is designed to meet the needs of schools where a more concise course is given than is found in the average college physics textbook. The orthodox arrangement of, first, mechanics, then sound, heat, electricity, and light is followed. Numerous illustrative problems are completely worked out.

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