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Essential University Physics, Volume 1 and Volume 2 - With Access 3rd Edition

Essential University Physics, Volume 1 and Volume 2 - With Access - 3rd Edition - by Wolfson - ISBN 9780134645490
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Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134645490

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Richard Wolfson's Essential University Physics, Third Edition is a concise and progressive calculus-based physics textbook that offers clear writing, great problems, and relevant real-life applications in an affordable and streamlined text.  Essential University Physics teaches sound problem-solving skills, emphasizes conceptual understanding, and makes connections to the real world. Features such as annotated figures and step-by-step problem-solving strategies help students master concepts and solve problems with confidence.

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According to Newton’s first law of motion a body will remain in rest until it is acted upon by...Chapter 5, Problem 1FTDTechnically, the work is defined as the product of force acting on a body and the displacement of...Chapter 6, Problem 1FTDRefer to the Figure 7.14 (a) in the question. The magnitude of force in the force vectors at...Chapter 7, Problem 1FTDThe common significance among Newton’s apple and Moon is explained below: The common among apple and...Chapter 8, Problem 1FTDThe centre of mass is defined as the point about which the object’s mass is equally distributed....Chapter 9, Problem 1FTDAngular velocity: It is termed as the rate of change of angular position of a rotating body. Linear...Chapter 10, Problem 1FTDThe earth rotates from west to east about its axis, as look form the top view it would rotate...Chapter 11, Problem 1FTDConsider a rotating rod about an axis and two forces acting on the rod is perpendicular to the axis...Chapter 12, Problem 1FTDAn oscillatory motion is one in which a system goes back and forth an equilibrium point. A simple...Chapter 13, Problem 1FTDA travelling disturbance that transports energy but not matter constitutes a wave. An oscillation is...Chapter 14, Problem 1FTDAt Normal height from the sea level the atmospheric pressure in normal and is balanced by the...Chapter 15, Problem 1FTDZeroth law of thermodynamics states that if a system A is in thermodynamic equilibrium with B and...Chapter 16, Problem 1FTDIdeal gases are those which obey the gas laws exactly. There are no interactions between the...Chapter 17, Problem 1FTDThe first law of thermodynamics states that the change in internal energy of a system depends on the...Chapter 18, Problem 1FTDThe refrigerator works by using mechanical work to transfer heat from cooler interior to warmer...Chapter 19, Problem 1FTDGravitational force is the weakest of all known forces in nature. The gravitational force is...Chapter 20, Problem 1FTDField lines never cross each other. If they cross each other, at that particular point the field...Chapter 21, Problem 1FTDElectricity flows from the area of high voltage to areas of low voltage. It chooses to flow through...Chapter 22, Problem 1FTDLet there be two positive charges which are infinitely far away from each other. Since both of them...Chapter 23, Problem 1FTDElectric current is the time rate of flow of charges or ions. It is measured using the apparatus...Chapter 24, Problem 1FTDGiven info: . The household outlets should be in parallel combination. Series combination is not a...Chapter 25, Problem 1FTDWrite the equation to find the force acting on a particle in magnetic field. F=qvBsinθ Here, F is...Chapter 26, Problem 1FTDAccording to the Lenz’s law, the induced current in the ring will produce a magnetic field, which...Chapter 27, Problem 1FTDAC signals are ones which changes the direction periodically. Generally, AC signals are sinusoidal...Chapter 28, Problem 1FTDAccording to Faraday’s law, the change in magnetic flux causes electric field. Faraday’s law is...Chapter 29, Problem 1FTDFor a low frequency sound wave it would have longer wavelength. In the case of objects those are...Chapter 30, Problem 1FTDVirtual images are those which cannot be captured using a screen. It is formed in plane mirror,...Chapter 31, Problem 1FTDThe prism works because of refraction while diffraction grating works on the principle of...Chapter 32, Problem 1FTDMichelson-Morley experiment was intended to check whether the existence of relative motion between...Chapter 33, Problem 1FTDAccording the classical physics the electrons are accelerating around the atom. Since electron is a...Chapter 34, Problem 1FTDIf the ground state-state energy of a particle that confined to a finite region is zero, then it...Chapter 35, Problem 1FTDParticle in a box is a quantum mechanical treatment for finding the energy levels of atoms and...Chapter 36, Problem 1FTDChapter 37, Problem 1FTDPauli Exclusion Principle states that no two electrons in an atom or molecule can have the same four...Chapter 38, Problem 1FTDThe neutrons and protons constitute the nuclear structure. Protons are positively charged particles...Chapter 39, Problem 1FTDInitially, Yukawa assumed that strong force is also mediated by some particles similar to case of...

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