Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics, by Knight, Randall D., (Professor Emeritus)
- ISBN: 9780133942651 | 0133942651
- Cover: Hardcover
- Copyright: 1/4/2016
A research-driven approach, fine-tuned for even greater ease-of-use and student success
For the Fourth Edition of Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Knight continues to build on strong research-based foundations with fine-tuned and streamlined content, hallmark features, and an even more robust MasteringPhysics program, taking student learning to a new level. By extending problem-solving guidance to include a greater emphasis on modeling and significantly revised and more challenging problem sets, students gain confidence and skills in problem solving. A modified Table of Contents and the addition of advanced topics now accommodate different teaching preferences and course structures.
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