- Gebundene Ausgabe: 1023 Seiten
- Verlag: John Wiley & Sons Inc; Auflage: 6th (3. August 2004)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0471151831
- ISBN-13: 978-0471151838
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 22,1 x 4,2 x 28,4 cm
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This Sixth Edition helps readers understand the interrelationships among basic physics concepts and how they fit together to describe our physical world. Throughout the book, the authors emphasize the relevance of physics to our everyday lives. Real world physics applications, including many biomedical applications, show how physics principles come into play over and over again in our lives. Problem Solving Insights explain each calculation in detail, guiding readers through the quantitative process. It includes a CD containing physics simulations.
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Here's what I'm talking about:
Chapter 1: Introduction to Mathematical Concepts
Total # of problems in the textbook - 71
Total # of solutions in manual - 17
Chapter 2 - Kinematics in One Dimension
Total # of problems in the textbook - 91
Total # of solutions in manual - 18
Chapter 3 - Kinematics in Two Dimensions
Total # of problems in the textbook - 82
Total # of solutions in manual - 21
Chapter 4 - Forces and Newton's Laws of Motion
Total # of problems in the textbook - 122
Total # of solutions in manual - 31
And it's not just those beginning chapters, it's later chapters, too:
Chapter 10 - Simple Harmonic Motion and Elasticity
Total # of problems in the textbook - 94
Total # of solutions in manual - 18
Chapter 16 - Waves and Sound
Total # of problems in the textbook - 113
Total # of solutions in manual - 29
It's like that for the whole of it. It's deceptive and underhanded, offering the premise of help, when the reality is that it couldn't be less helpful. There's already so many financially predatory shenanigans revolving around higher education, and sadly, this publisher appears to be happy to be a part of the problem.
Students, please do not buy this book. Your money is better saved and spent on a tutor, or another textbook, or really just about anything else. To buy this is to throw your money away.
This methodology is disgusting and shame on all the authors and and teachers who abashedly adopted this methodology. This is half baked teaching and half baked book which is not helping the students. On the other hand, there ARE professors who are NOT scared to give away all their techniques, and ideas such as Professor Rober Blitzer. Neither he 'weeds out' students nor his books are half baked.His books have same techniques in the Odd and even problems with different numbers to practice. Thus the students can grasp all the concepts completely.
I bought the study guide and the solutions manual along with the text book in hopes of preparing for MCAT. This book is NO GOOD for preparing for MCAT. Even though the book has all the necessary chapters, the concepts are not well explained.
What's bad? Everything.
Explanations are lacking, answers have some odd rounding, Questions are confusing at times, The questions themselves expect that the individual is already knowledgeable in physics and other areas ( such as the mass of the earth). There is no in depth explanation of any concept and this book relies heavily on equations that it will derive 15 times before showing you the actual equation. I had this for my Physics 1 course and ended up using physics for dummies, and google.
Written like an eighth grade book compared to what I can get online for about $10 to $15 overseas.
Cutnell and Johnson, WHY EVEN WRITE THIS - - you never challenge the student in a significant way.
Typical illustrations. Barely promotes student interest in the subject.
Put down the Starbucks, write dozens of detailed examples for everything you discuss, THEN go further than that so you will get out of the mediocre physics textbook crowd.
Cutnell and Johnson, please write something substantial independently next time, because your publisher will always be content collecting checks off of you anyway.
Do not waste your money on this book, I implore you.