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This text emphasizes conceptual understanding within a problem-solving framework, using modern applications such as iPods, metal detectors, sundogs, kaleidoscopes, and smoke detectors to demonstrate the relevance of physics in our daily lives.
Table of Contents
|Prologue: Getting Started|
|The Study of Motion|
|Energy and Conservation Laws|
|Physics of Matter|
|Temperature and Heat|
|Waves and Sound|
|Electromagnetism and EM Waves|
|Special Relativity and Elementary Particles|
|Winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics|
|Glossary of Key Terms and Laws|
|Index Table of Conversion Factors and Other Information|
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