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Physics [Print Replica] Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 41848 KB
  • Publisher: Boundless (August 23, 2013)
  • Publication Date: August 23, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FL7KACK
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I love physics. What is more, I teach physics. Thus I have made it a point to scan practically every book on physics that claims to explain the subject in a simple manner.

"Boundless" is a series on various subjects, each book created by aggregating material that is in Creative Commons or which enjoys a similar copyright. Thus the material in these books are freely reusable.

I scanned through the book first, and then gave an in depth reading to selected chapters. I find the selection very good, and the explanation reasonably simple, thought not as simple as one finds in "made simple" or "for idiots" type of books. Thus the books are not meant for absolute novices, but rather for those who have some background in physics, and who would love to understand it all in a clearer manner.

I recommend the book to the "motivated beginner" who has some background in physics. He/she will be rewarded greatly.

*** I highly recommend this book to the type of reader mentioned above
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Extremely generous that this whole library is available for FREE! Great resource for reference and refreshing myself with some basic concepts while working, or helping others with homework.

My only gripe is that I wish this was compatible with more of my devices. I am able to use it on my Motorola Xoom, but i would LOVE to use it on my Kindle Paperwhite, Galaxy S4, or at least on the Kindle Cloud Reader so I have access to this information at work!! Either way, good information available for FREE!
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I have ordered several books in this series on different subjects. I have always found them to be well-written and make it easy to understand what are otherwise scientific "mysteries" (at least to me). Highly recommended.
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Very good publication written at just the right refresher reading level. I think this should be required for anyone's base library.
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Doesn't waste your time with a bunch of hyperbole, is quick to get to the point. I would recommend it to any curious youngster.
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By Goth guy on November 13, 2013
This book taught me more then physics that i already thought I knew yall are great but in a way 1% nerdy
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Useful resource to add to your study & information tool kit. Looking at the same thing from a different angle can make the difference from thinking you understand & understanding.
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It's a pretty book, which I'm sure has a lot of valuable information. However, having only read ten pages, I question much of the accuracy of that information. I began at chapter ten and discovered glaring mistakes to detail and in English. On page 352 the book reads, "...the process of a liquid going to a solid is known as melting", here the author meant "freezing". A few sentences after that the book reads, "...a solid can skip melting and go directly to freezing...", it should read "...to vaporization." On page 358 the book reads, "...objects upon which they are in contact with." It should read, "...objects upon which they come in contact." Now, fortunately my physics is not too bad, however, because of these early on mistakes, I wonder what mistakes I may expect to find when I come across a concept that I'm not too familiar with, at which point I'll find myself confused. It's free, but beware.
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