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Now it's relatively EASY to learn ADVANCED PHYSICS
Interested in excelling in physics but don't have infinite time or the IQ of Einstein? No problem! Advanced Physics Demystified helps you understand this complex subject matter without expending a lot of energy.
You'll start by learning about linear motion and plane trajectories and then move on to circular and harmonic motion. Next, you'll study thermodynamics, electrical impedance and admittance, and alternating-current circuit analysis. Gravitation, nuclear physics, and radiant energy are also covered. Filled with helpful illustrations and examples and featuring end-of-chapter quizzes and a final exam, this book will teach you the essentials of advanced physics in no time at all.
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Simple enough for a beginner, but challenging enough for an advanced student, Advanced Physics Demystified takes the resistance out of learning this fascinating subject.
Posted March 28, 2008
Physics is a massive subject and this complements Physics Demystified well and is more fun as it starts rocketry and meteors 'as in collisions and such'. Its really not 'advanced' but its a great step to the upper level classes you may want.
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Posted February 23, 2008
My son and daughter are both taking high-school honors physics. I saw this book on the shelf at the local library and checked it out for them. After going through it, we decided to buy a copy. My kids are pretty good at science, and they're not having much trouble with honors physics -- but we figured that a little extra help can't hurt, especially since they'd both like to get into major universities. They're finding 'Advanced Physics Demystified' useful because it presents things a little differently than their regular textbook, and it also gives them some good 'test-taking practice.' Anyone who is thinking about buying this book should be aware that it is not a college upperclass or graduate-level physics course. It appears to be written mostly for bright high-school students, like my kids.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 14, 2011
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