|Jun18-12, 12:04 AM||#1|
3/e Knight vs 13/e Young
[Sorry for posting this here, apparently posting this here and notifying the mentors is the expected way to do this as I can't post directly in the Learning Materials area]
Curious if anyone has reviewed the latest Knight book "Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach with Modern Physics" 3rd edition and compared it to the latest other 'standard' books like "University Physics" 13th edition (Young)?
I really like the updated Knight book from the sample chapter but haven't seen the whole book enough to compare it to University Physics (or Fundamentals of Physics for that matter).
|Jun18-12, 04:24 AM||#2|
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|Jun19-12, 02:22 PM||#3|
Adding a bit....I know there are a ton of book questions.
The Knight and Young versions are new for this year. The Young book is probably a lot like that last version 12/e but the Knight book seems to be quite updated compared to the last version.
If anyone has seen/used either of the new books, your thoughts on them would be appreciated.
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