Problems and Questions in Physics
by C.P. Matthews, J.S. Shearer
Publisher: The Macmillan Company 1899
ISBN/ASIN: 1482072211
Number of pages: 276
Description:
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.
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