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Synopsis
Solved Problem Series
These books help readers review and master what they've learned by showing them how to solve thousands of relevant problems. Perfect for preparing for graduate or professional exams, these detailed reminders of problem-solving techniques show readers the best strategies for answering even the toughest questions, including the types that appear on typical tests.
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Table of Contents
1. Mathematical Introduction 2. Equilibrium of Concurrent Forces 3. Kinematics in One Dimension 4. Newton's Laws of Motion 5. Motion in a Plane I 6. Motion in a Plane II 7. Work and Energy 8. Power and Simple Machines 9. Impulse and Momentum 10. Statics of Rigid Bodies 11. Rotational Motion I: Kinematics and Dynamics 12. Rotational Motion II: Kinetic Energy, Angular Impulse, and Angular Momentum 13. Matter in Bulk 14. Simple Harmonic Motion 15. Hydrostatics 16. Hydrodynamics 17. Temperature and Thermal Expansion 18. Heat and Calorimetry 19. Heat Transfer 20. Gas Laws and Kinetic Theory 21. The First Law of Thermodynamics 22. The Second Law of Thermodynamics 23. Wave Motion 24. Sound 25. Coulomb's Law and Electric Fields 26. Electric Potential and Capacitance 27. Simple Electric Circuits 28. The Magnetic Field 29. Magnetic Properties of Matter 30. Induced EMF: Generators and Motors 31. Inductance 32. Electric Circuits 33. Electromagnetic Waves 34. Light and Optical Phenomena 35. Mirrors, Lenses, and Optical Instruments 36. Interference, Diffraction, and Polarization 37. Special Relativity 38. Particles of Light and Waves of Matter 39. Modern Physics: Atoms, Nuclei, Solid-State Electronics