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## Main Question or Discussion Point

It appears that I will be assigned to teach a modern physics course centered on quantum mechanics for those with almost no math background and I am searching for a suitable book. Essentially, this would be the modern physics equivalent of Paul Hewitt's Conceptual Physics book.

I thought of using Gronick's

Any ideas? Again, there would need to be a preponderance of discussion on quantum mechanics with the least emphasis on mathematics as possible.

Thanks in advance.

I thought of using Gronick's

*Cartoon Guide for Physics*, but it is light on quantum mechanics. I also thought about*Modern Physics for Dummies*, but assigning students a book with that name would be rather insulting and I would rather avoid starting off the semester on the wrong foot.Any ideas? Again, there would need to be a preponderance of discussion on quantum mechanics with the least emphasis on mathematics as possible.

Thanks in advance.