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When it comes to teaching and learning physics, most pedagogical innovations were pioneered in Cutnell and Johnson's Physics--the number one algebra-based physics text for over a decade. With each new edition of Physics, Cutnell and Johnson have strived to improve the heart of the game--problem solving. Now in their new Seventh Edition, you can expect the same spirit of innovation that has made this text so successful.
Here's how the Seventh Edition continues to improve the game!
AMP Examples (Analyzing Multi-Concept Problems)
These unique new example problems show students how to combine different physics concepts algebraically to solve more difficult problems. AMP examples visually map-out why the different algebraic steps are needed and how to do the steps.
GO (Guided Online) Problems in WileyPLUS
These new multipart, online tutorial-style problems lead students through the key steps of solving the problems. Student responses to each problem step are recorded in the grade book, so the instructor can evaluate whether the student really has mastered the material.
WileyPLUS provides the technology needed to create an environment where students can reach their full potential and experience the exhilaration of academic success.
WileyPLUS gives students access to a complete online version of the text, study resources and problem-solving tutorials, and immediate feedback and context-sensitive help on assignments and quizzes.
WileyPLUS gives instructors homework management tools, lecture presentation resources, an online grade book, and more.
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Chapter 2. Kinematics in One Dimension.
Chapter 3. Kinematics in Two Dimensions.
Chapter 4. Forces and Newton's Laws of Motion.
Chapter 5. Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion.
Chapter 6. Work and Energy.
Chapter 7. Impulse & Momentum.
Chapter 8. Rotational Kinematics.
Chapter 9. Rotational Dynamics.
Chapter 10. Simple Harmonic Motion and Elasticity.
Chapter 11. Fluids.
Chapter 12. Temperature and Heat.
Chapter 13. The Transfer of Heat.
Chapter 14. The Ideal Gas Law and Kinetic theory.
Chapter 15. Thermodynamics.
Chapter 16. Waves and Sound.
Chapter 17. The Principle of Linear Superposition and Interference Phenomena.
Chapter 18. Electric Forces and Electric Fields.
Chapter 19. Electric Potential Energy and the Electric Potential.
Chapter 20. Electric Circuits.
Chapter 21. Magnetic forces and Magnetic Fields.
Chapter 22. Electromagnetic Induction.
Chapter 23. Alternating Current Circuits.
Chapter 24. Electromagnetic Waves.
Chapter 25. The Reflection of Light: Mirrors.
Chapter 26. The Refraction of Light: Lenses and Optical Instruments.
Chapter 27. Interference and the Wave Nature of Light.
Chapter 28. Special Relativity.
Chapter 29. Particles and Waves.
Chapter 30. The Nature of the Atom.
Chapter 31. Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity.
Chapter 32. Ionizing Radiation, Nuclear Energy and Elementary Particles.