Tutorials in Introductory Physics - 1st Edition - by Peter S. Shaffer, Lillian C. McDermott - ISBN 9780130970695
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Tutorials in Introductory Physics
1st Edition
Peter S. Shaffer, Lillian C. McDermott
Publisher: Addison Wesley
ISBN: 9780130970695

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This landmark book presents a series of physics tutorials designed by a leading physics education research group. Emphasizing the development of concepts and scientific reasoning skills, the tutorials focus on common conceptual and reasoning difficulties. The tutorials cover a range of topics in Mechanics, E & M, and Waves & Optics.

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Introduction: When an object is closer it looks brighter as the light reflected from the object...Introduction: The polarized light is the one that have waves which vibrates only in one phase. A...Introduction: According to Newton’s second law of motion, anybody under influence of a net force...Introduction: Work is the measure of energy transferred when a force is applied to move an object...Introduction: Photoelectric effect: Electrons from a metal surface are ejected when a light of an...Introduction: A frame of reference is a combination of coordinate (x,y,z) of an object which...Direction of acceleration depends on the direction along which the block speeds up. Here, a is the...Introduction: Momentum has both magnitude as well as direction because it is a vector quantity. It...Introduction: An object is in equilibrium if the following two conditions are satisfied: (i) The...Given: Surface area of the face of each plate =A1 Separation between the plates =d Potential...Introduction: Consider the circuit shown in Figure 1. Figure 1 The brightness of the bulb depends...Introduction: According to Fleming’s right-hand rule, the first finger, second finger and thumb are...Introduction: Write the expression to calculate the magnetic flux. ϕ=BScosθ=BScosωt Here, ϕ is the...Introduction: An electromagnetic wave is shown graphically as below: Figure 1: An electromagnetic...Given: An object is placed before a thin lens as follows : Formula used : In similar triangles ABC...Introduction: The intensity of light passing through a polarizer depends directly on square of...Given: Three objects are at rest in three beakers of water as shown: FormulaUsed: Use Archimedes...Introduction: The process with constant temperature and with some heat transfer is possible...

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