**Essential Physics 1**

by Frank W. K. Firk

**Publisher**: Archive.org 2000**Number of pages**: 210

**Description**:

This is an intensive introduction to classical and special relativity, Newtonian dynamics and gravitation, Einsteinian dynamics and gravitation, and wave motion. Mathematical methods include: elements of differential geometry, linear operators and matrices, ordinary differential equations, calculus of variations, orthogonal functions and Fourier series, and non-linear equations for chaotic systems. This is a book for first-year college students who have an interest in pursuing a career in Physics or a closely related field.

Download or read it online for free here:

**Download link**

(950KB, PDF)

## Similar books

**Physics Study Guide**

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.

(

**10911**views)

**Introductory Physics Notes**

by

**I. Burley, M. Carrington, R. Kobes, G. Kunstatter**-

**University of Winnipeg**

These notes constitute a general, non-calculus introductory physics course. Topics: Motion; Force; Work and Energy; Momentum and Collisions; Circular Motion; Solids and Fluids; Vibrations and Waves; Electric Fields and Potentials; and more.

(

**6364**views)

**The Art of Insight in Science and Engineering: Mastering Complexity**

by

**Sanjoy Mahajan**-

**The MIT Press**

Sanjoy Mahajan shows us that the way to master complexity is through insight rather than precision. He first teaches the tools for organizing complexity, then distinguishes two paths for discarding complexity: with and without loss of information.

(

**6036**views)

**General Physics II**

by

**Donald Luttermoser**-

**East Tennessee State University**

General Physics II is the second course in a two-semester sequence that covers the following four main sections of classical physics: electromagnetism, wave mechanics, electromagnetic radiation and its interaction with matter, and optics.

(

**8371**views)