by Charles R. Mann, George R. Twiss
Publisher: Scott, Foresman and Co 1910
Number of pages: 489
The aim has been to show the student that knowledge of physics enables him to answer many of the questions over which he has puzzled long in vain. Equations are used only where they are clearly a help to the student, and the development of each is carefully presented with the aid of physical, rather than mathematical concepts.
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by C.P. Matthews, J.S. Shearer - The Macmillan Company
A numerical example in Physics serves a manifold purpose. It takes the mathematical expression of a physical law out of the realm of mere abstraction, by emphasizing the connection between such a law and the phenomena of daily observation.
by Karl Wick, at al. - Wikibooks
This guide is meant as a supplement to a year long freshman level physics course with a trigonometry prerequisite. The overview of equations and definitions and eventually sample problem solutions are pertinent to an introductory physics course.
A high school textbook on physics covering waves and wavelike motion, forces, momentum, work and energy, collisions, gravitation, pressure, heat, electrostatics, electricity, magnetism, electronics, the atom, modern physics, atomic nucleus.
by William Ballantyne Anderson - McGraw-Hill
The practical side of the subject has been emphasized throughout. This method will sustain interest in the subject by showing its applications. More space than usual has been devoted to Force, Torque, Translatory Motion, and Rotary Motion.