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The Slacker's Guide to Physics: Electricity and Magnetism

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The Slacker's Guide to Physics: Electricity and Magnetism
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Number of pages: 39

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This is an online textbook on lower division level calculus-based Electricity and Magnetism for the Science and Engineering majors. Reading this will provide you with an alternate and possibly more illuminating method of preparing for examinations and quizzes.

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