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COLLEGE PHYSICS, TECH.UPD.(LL)-W/ACCESS
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1 Representing Motion
2 Motion In One Dimension
3 Vectors And Motion In Two Dimensions
4 Forces And Newton's Laws Of Motion
5 Applying Newton's Laws
6 Circular Motion, Orbits, And Gravity
7 Rotational Motion
8 Equilibrium And Elasticity
10 Energy And Work
11 Using Energy
12 Thermal Properties Of Matter
15 Traveling Waves And Sound
16 Superposition And Standing Waves
17 Wave Optics
18 Ray Optics
19 Optical Instruments
20 Electric Fields And Forces
21 Electrical Potential
22 Current And Resistance
24 Magnetic Fields And Forces
25 Electromagnetic Induction And Electromagnetic Waves
26 Ac Electricity
28 Quantum Physics
29 Atoms And Molecules
30 Nuclear Physics
1.1 Motion: A First Look
1.2 Position And Time: Putting Numbers On Nature
1.4 A Sense Of Scale: Significant Figures, Scientific Notation, And Units
1.5 Vectors And Motion: A First Look
1.6 Where Do We Go From Here?
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