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Newtonian Physics

AuthorBenjamin Crowell Entered2000-12-21 16:11:45 by bcrowell
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Great Intro Physics Book
by Philologist on 2001-11-05 14:07:37, review #144
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This is a great introduction to physics book. One of the best I have read. I have advanced knowledge on some topics and yet do not know all of the basics. The treament of the matter is very well written and contained. Sentences are simple and still covers the material. I have yet to read a free or browsable physics book as well written. One point of possible improvement: A study guide? Something which includes some sample discussions, and how to work out the solutions in the back.

Philologist


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Great Book
by tobbe on 2002-07-07 09:08:45, review #196
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It's an excellent book.


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Sufficient to my needs
by Jericko Tejido (jtbibliomania@gmail.com) on 2008-07-27 15:31:30, review #511
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This is a great introduction to physics which adequately supplements all the advance subjects on its own category


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