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The book Physics Principles and Application by Douglas C Giancoli can give me the full curriculum in physics from grade 9 to 12 ? Or I need another book to cover all physics learned in high school ? All equations laws ... ?
I haven't found a good book no one helped me now I am asking about this book if he can cover all high school topicsmicromass said:You asked this twice already. Why do you keep asking this.
ricky33 said:I haven't found a good book no one helped me now I am asking about this book if he can cover all high school topics
I have seen those books they're all for freshman and for the first year of undergrad not for grade 9-10-11 and 12micromass said:No one helped you? We gave you a lot of books. I suggested Halliday and Resnick.
"Physics Principles and Application" is a comprehensive textbook that covers all the fundamental topics of physics including mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, optics, and modern physics.
Yes, "Physics Principles and Application" is specifically designed for high school level students. It presents the concepts and principles in a clear and concise manner, making it easy for students to understand and apply to real-world situations.
Yes, the book includes interactive elements such as diagrams, charts, and graphs to help students visualize and understand the concepts better. It also includes hands-on activities and experiments to engage students and enhance their learning experience.
Yes, "Physics Principles and Application" includes a variety of practice problems at the end of each chapter to help students reinforce their understanding of the concepts. The book also provides solutions to these problems to assist students in self-study and preparation for exams.
Yes, "Physics Principles and Application" is highly recommended by teachers and educators for its comprehensive coverage of topics, clear explanations, and interactive elements. It is a widely used textbook in high schools and has received positive feedback from both students and teachers.