Fb2 Preparation for Introductory College Physics: A Guided Student Primer ePub
by Jon A. Celesia
|Author:||Jon A. Celesia|
|Publisher:||Brooks Cole; 1 edition (September 25, 1997)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1694 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1239 kb|
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While this tutorial may be used with any text, it is inspired by and closely follows Physics: The Nature of Things, by Susan M. Lea and John Robert Burke, Brooks/Cole Publishing.
Jon A. Celesia (1997). Preparation for Introductory College Physics: A Guided Student Primer.
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first 4 parts consists of content corresponding to the 4 in-class exams. If your score on a particular part of the final is better than the score on the corresponding in-class exam, then that in-class exam will be ignored and that part of the final will be worth 1. 67% instead of . 67%.
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