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Table of Contents
|Physics is Fun|
|Introduction to Part 1|
|What is Physics?|
|The Study of Everything|
|The Fundamental Science|
|An Applied Science|
|Why Physicists Love Physics, and Why We Think You Will Too|
|What Is Science?|
|The Scientific Method|
|Eliminating the Unessential|
|The Scientific Method in the Real World|
|Thinking Like a Physicist|
|What to Expect|
|Why Physics Seems "Hard"|
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