This collection is confined to an extremely fundamental level of subject matter common to the great majority of introductory physics courses. Questions range from simple to fairly sophisticated, extending over a variety of modes that emerge as essential components in the learning and understanding of physics. These modes include forming and applying basic concepts, operational definition, verbalization, connection of abstractions to everyday experience, checking for internal consistency and interpreting results.
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Table of Contents
Scaling and Ratio Reasoning.
Force and Dynamics.
Momentum and Energy.
Direct Current Circuits.
Particle Trajectories in E- and B-Fields.
Images with Mirrors and Lenses.
Geometrical and Physical Optics.
Fluids and Thermal Phenomena.
Mixed Areas of Subject Matter.
Naked Eye Astronomy.
Term Paper Assignments.