3 edition of Basic school physics found in the catalog.
Basic school physics
K. J. Dean
|Statement||[by] K.J. Dean [and] N.E. Edwards ; illustrated by John C. Gardner.|
|Contributions||Edwards, Nancy Elizabeth.|
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Extremely satisfied with this book. As a Sophomore in High School, I wanted to study physics outside of school for fun. I know little to nothing about the fundamentals and basics of physics.
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I'm a freshman in High School who is, like most of you, interested in learning about physics. I am, however, fairly new to the topic and have been looking at some books to learn from such as: Physics I for dummies, Basic Physics: A Self-Teaching Guide, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Physics, etc.Physics is all about articulating the things rather than memorizing them up.
When individuals are doing so, one come across many concepts, problems etc. where they have to use their imagination, ability, creativity and good sort of potential.
Physics makes noteworthy offerings in new technologies that rise from theoretical advances. I also recommend the book called “Fundamentals of Freshman Mathematics” by Allendoerfer/Oakley.
The book is more or less on the level of Lang’s Basic Mathematics, but has a clearer exposition than Lang in my opinion. After reading that book, I do not recall a need for extra books on the high-school mathematics. Log in to Reply.