Halliday or Haliday is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Alexander Henry Haliday (1807–1870), Irish entomologist
Andrew Halliday (journalist) (1830–1877), British journalist and dramatist
Andrew Halliday (physician) (1782–1839), Scottish physician, reformer, and writer
Andy Halliday (born 1991), Scottish footballer
Billy Halliday (1906 – after 1933), Scottish footballer
Brad Halliday (born 1995), English professional footballer
Brett Halliday (1904–1977), pen name of American mystery author Davis Dresser
Bruce Halliday (footballer)
Bryant Haliday (1928–1996), American actor
Charles Haliday (1789–1866), Irish historian and antiquary
Dave Halliday (1901–1970), Scottish footballer
David Halliday (physicist) (1916–2010), American physicist and textbook author
Denis Halliday (born c. 1941), former United Nations Humanitarian Co-ordinator in Iraq
Ebby Halliday (1911-2015), American realtor
Edward Halliday (1902–1994), British painter
Eugene Halliday (1911–1987), artist, philosopher and spiritual teacher
F. E. Halliday (1903–1982), English academic and author
Fred Halliday (1946–2010), Middle East scholar
Frederick James Halliday (1806–1901), first Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal
Harry Halliday (1920–1967), English cricketer
Harry Halliday (cricketer, born 1855) (1855–1922), New Zealand cricketer
Jack Halliday (1926–2000), American football player
James Halliday (Canadian politician) (1845–1921), in the Canadian House of Commons from 1901 to 1904
James Halliday (weightlifter) (1918–2007), British weightlifter
James Halliday (wine) (born 1938), Australian wine critic and writer
Jimmy Halliday (1927–2013), leader of the Scottish National Party (1956–1960)
John Halliday (actor) (1880–1947), American actor
John Halliday (ophthalmologist) (1871–1946), Australian doctor
John Halliday (footballer) (1880-1953), English professional footballer
Johnny Hallyday (1943-2017), French singer
Jon Halliday, Irish historian and co-author of the book Mao: the Unknown Story
Lin Halliday (1936–2000), American saxophonist
Matt Halliday (born 1979), New Zealand race car driver
Mark Halliday (born 1949), American poet
Martin Halliday (1926–2008), British neurophysiologist
Michael Halliday (1925–2018), linguist
Michael Halliday (footballer) (born 1979), footballer from Northern Ireland
Simon Halliday (Suffolk cricketer) (born 1958), English cricketer
Simon Halliday (born 1960), English rugby union player and cricketer
Tommy Halliday (born 1940), Scottish football player
Toni Halliday (born 1964), English vocalist, lyricist and occasional guitarist of the band Curve
William Reginald Halliday (1886–1966), historian and archaeologist
The following passage is from Halliday Resnick Krane in Chapter 3 which is about dynamics in one dimension.
"We can measure frictional forces. By placing the body on a horizontal surface where it experiences a frictional force, we could attach a spring and pull the body with just the right...
In the solution to the example problem, they wrote the following statement. “The least signiﬁcant digit is the units digit, and so your weight is uncertain by about 1 pound. That is, your scale would read 119 lb for any weight between 118.5 and 119.5 lb.”
I don’t understand why the scale...
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I am teaching the algebra- and calculus-based physics courses at my university. The courses are taught at different times but in parallel, and students from both courses share the same lab sections. I'd like to keep them on the same content schedule without jumping around the...
If each ball rises two meters, then the time is in the air is equal to around 1.28 seconds. After this, what am I supposed to do? I feel really stuck. If all of the balls are released at different times, how am I supposed to find the answer?
Homework Statement:: This is from 5 ed, Physics 1Halliday, Resnick, and Krane. page 428 about sound waves
I have highlighted the equation that I don't understand. How did the author get it? I understand how they get from the middle side to the RHS of the equation, but I don't understand how...
Hello! This is a problem from Halliday Resnick Krane (Chapter 4: Problem #15). “A puck is moving in a circle of radius r0 with a constant speed v0 on a level frictionless table. A string is attached to the puck, which holds it in the circle; the string passes through a frictionless hole and is...
Hello! In Chapter 4 of Halliday Resnick Krane on Pg. 73, they write “the descending motion is much steeper than the ascending motion” when discussing how the trajectory of a projectile changes when we consider drag force. Why is this statement true?
As the force on a pulley is equal to twice the tension, I just have to find the tension to solve part A. To do so, I first wrote the equations for both m1 and m2.
m1 * a = T - m1g
m2 * a = T + N - m2g
The tension must have the same values for both equations so I added both equations to find...
Homework Statement:: Not a homework problem. I need a conceptual explanation.
Relevant Equations:: ##p_2 = p_1 + \rho g(y_1 - y_2)## (1)
## p = p_0 + \rho gh## (2)
When deriving equation (1) we use the example of a submerged cylinder in static equilibrium with its top at position ##y_1## and...
A strategy I use when learning is to consult multiple books. It is great most of the time, but occasionally I find that there seems to be a contradiction between different books. For example, when proving the conservation of mechanical energy theorem, Tipler & Mosca claim that the total work of...
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So I'm trying to self-study AP Physics C and found the first volume of Halliday/Resnick's Fundamentals of Physics on my parent's shelf, 3rd edition (from 1988). They also have the 2nd edition of University Physics, volume 2 (E&M). I do, however, have a copy online of the extended 10th...
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I have a course-book related question. I hope this is the correct thread. If not, please let me know.
I want to prepare myself for our national physics olimpiad and I heard about a very useful book named Fundamentals of physics by David Halliday. We have the extended 5th edition...
I honestly don't like this text at all. Is there any other calc based physics textbook out there?
I just got textbook from the library which is titled:
Physics for scientists and engineers 1st edition
Please if there's any book out there post it!
In Chapter 11, section 11-4, subsection friction and rolling, it is stated that the static frictional force is along the same direction as the direction of motion because the point of contact of the wheel with the floor is moving in the opposite direction. Then, in the next subsection, the same...
Resnick and Halliday have many physics books and they have more than 6 named fundamental of physics I don't know which one I should choose they have many editions for each book and they have the same name .
Hi I know eveyone buys Young University physics, and i think it's great for easy problem solving, a bit wordy but quite clear, however I like books that give a bit more insight into the reasoning and mathematical development and/or derivations of the theories, instead of just telling you "this...
Was wondering what is the difference between the 2nd and 3rd ed of Physics by Resnick and Halliday?
I know for the most part, at least for mathbooks, the earlier edition the better, and that there is ussually few changes in newer edition.
However, I already own the 2nd edition (Blue Cover) and...
I'm trying to get a Halliday and Resnick for me, but I don't know which one to get. http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/SearchResults?tn=Fundamentals+in+Physics+&sts=t&an=Halliday+and+Resnick
This is where I'm looking, and I don't know if the first option is what I'm looking for or what. Thank you
Is Resnick Halliday's textbook "Principles of physics" a good book ?
Is it useful for olympiads like IPhO (International Physics Olympiad) ?
It would be good if somebody could give a review on the book ?
I am aware that all three of them are good ones. But, if one is to be picked, which one would it be? I have basic knowledge of mechanics and a little of thermodynamics. I am looking for a book which will further strengthen my basics.
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There is a uniform magnetic field $\mathbf{B}$ directed along the axis, and confined to a cylindrical volume of radius $R$. The magnitude of $\mathbf{B}$ is decreasing at a constant rate of $10$ mT/s. In unit-vector notation, what is the...
I am reading Resnick and Halliday's "Basic Concepts in Relativity" (ISBN: 0023993456) and have come to an impass about deriving equation 3-4a
\begin{equation}m = \gamma m_0\end{equation}
in the text. The authors wrote that the equation can be derived from the following equations...
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My uni uses the Halliday and Resnick textbook. The uni website says to get either the Principles of Physics Extended 9th Edition or Fundamentals of Physics Extended Edition 8th and that it will cost ~£38. Whilst searching for the text I found some are sold in separate volumes whereas some...
The start of a new school year in Ap physics C, and our favorite engineering professors causing students distress! Maybe the champions of the textbook can help me out... = )
Homework Statement
1. Two vectors are given by
a = 4i hat - 3j hat + k hat
b = -i hat +j hat + 4k hat.
Find
a) a + b...
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I am looking for a good calculus-based textbook to self-teach Physics 1 from. I have Halliday but I find it slow-going and too tedious for me, not in depth but in repetition. I have already taken a Physics 1 class at my school, but my school's physics department is rather dreadful...
can anyone help me with this one... i am not able to solve most of the problems in fop by resnick and halliday,can anyone mention which books should i refer so that i develop good problem solving skills and will be able to solve tough problems.. please guys suggest something! thanks in advance
Homework Statement
A cord is attached to a cart that can slide along a frictionless horizontal rail aligned along an x axis. The left end of the cord is pulled over a pulley, or negligible mass and friction and at cord height h = 1.20m, so the cart slides from x1 = 3.00m to x2 = 1.00m. During...
I was wondering about the differences between the two textbooks "Fundamentals of Physics" and "University Physics:? Skimming a few pages of them on images on the internet, it seems University Physics has a lot of updated diagrams to help the reader understand but I couldn't tell much beyond...
Which of the following books is the greatest physics book at the basic introductory level?
College Physics, 7th edition
Serway
Physics Vol I and Vol II, 4th edition
Halliday, Resnick, Krane
Physics, 5th edition
Giancoli
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I'll be starting grad school soon after taking two years off since undergrad. As a review, I'd like to go through all of Halliday Resnick and Krane's 5e "physics," doing as many problems, questions, exercises, and multiple choices as I can. Does anyone know where I could find an answer...
I've been trying to learn introductory physics for about a month now from a copy of Halliday 6th ed with some supplements from MITs 8.01 and an electronic copy of Feynman's lectures (I'm at about chapter/lecture 10 give or take in all of them) and I'm finding the presentation in Halliday rather...
Hi this problem is one I couldn't understand very well so I couldn't do big attempts at solving
Homework Statement
since I have it on pdf and I don't want to mistake in typing and that there is a picture in it I made the problem into a picture...
can anyone give me a link or any other way where i will get all the solution of halliday resnick krane book(quetsion part is a must)...it would be better if i got it bcoz my gre exam is knocking at the door...pleasez help me to solve the quetsion part of this book or tell me about other...
Hi! I need help with the following problem:
1. Figure displays a 12 V battery and three uncharged capacitors of capacitances C1=4μF , C2=6μF and C3=3μF. The switch is thrown to the left until C1 is fully charged then it is thrown to the right.What is the final charge of each capacitor?
3...
Homework Statement
This is from Fundamentals of Physics 8th ed, by Halliday and Resnick:
A boy is initially seated on the top of a hemispherical ice mound of radius R = 13.8m. He begins to slide down the ice, with a negligible initial speed. Approximate the ice as being frictionless. At what...
What are the differences between the 3 books below? Are they all pretty much the same? I wanted the text that would serve well for independent study for General Physics I and II and with not just plug-and-chug problems.
What is "extended" in that edition compared to the regular edition...
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"A 1000kg boat is traveling at 90km/h when its engine is shut off. The magnitude of the frictional force f_k between boat and water is proportional to the speed v of the boat: f_k = 70v, where v is in meters per second and f_k is in Newtons. Find the time required for...
Why isn't time a vector?
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I found the following question in Halliday and Resnick's Physics Part I chapter on Vectors and the Laws of Motion.
5.We can order events in time. For example, event b may precede event c but follow event a, giving us a time order of events a, b, c. Hence there...
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I was wondering if someone could please help with this problem. I have no idea how to do it as no lengths are provided like the practice examples that were used to demonstrate the concept in the readings. Anybody please :uhh:
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I'm trying to find a textbook that can I can use to study on my own time and I've heard great things of Halliday & Resnick's book. What I want to know is if this is the most current version and if I'll get lost or not having only grade 11 physics.