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The Lighthouse Law of Variance By Richard Lighthouse
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This short technical note provides a Fundamental Law regarding all known physical “constants.” In actuality, there is no such thing as a physical constant. A description and explanation... More > are provided. Suggestions for further efforts are provided. This paper will be meaningful to those with a background in physics, math, and/or engineering.< Less
Equations du Jour: Introductory Physics 2 By Robert G. Brown
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Introductory Physics, with Calculus. The second semester of a two-semester series, this textbook covers: Electricity and Magnetism, DC and AC Circuits, and Geometric and Physics Optics, including... More > optical instruments.< Less
Introductory Physics 2 By Robert G. Brown
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Introductory Physics 2, with Calculus. The second semester of a two-semester series, this textbook covers: Electricity and Magnetism, DC and AC Circuits, and Geometric and Physics Optics, including... More > optical instruments.< Less
Theoretical Aspects of Basic Physics By Xavier Bagnoud
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These lecture notes, intended for first-year university physics students, result from many teaching years at the University of Fribourg. They try to bridge the gap between courses in general physics... More > and in mathematics. The first part concerns the concepts of reference frame and coordinate systems, the mechanics of the point mass, the Newton's gravitation theory, and the rigid body motion. The second part presents some elementary aspects of vector calculus, discusses simple applications of the continuity, Bernoulli’s, and Navier-Stokes equations. It introduces the fundamental Coulomb, Biot-Savart, and Faraday’s law; studies the circulation and flux properties of the electric and magnetic fields and derives the Maxwell’s equations. The last chapter offers a short introduction to special relativity. About 100 problems with their solutions allow for a deeper learning of the various subjects treated .< Less