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Giambattista’s text website offers online electronic homework along with a myriad of resources for both instructors and students. Instructors can create homework with easy-to-assign algorithmically generated problems from the text and the simplicity of automatic grading and reporting: Text specific end-of-chapter problems and Review and Synthesis exercises appear in the online homework system in diverse formats and with various tools. The online homework system incorporates new and exciting interactive tools and problem types: ranking problems, a graphing tool, a free-body diagram drawing tool, symbolic entry, a math palette, and multi-part problems. Instructors also have access to PowerPoint lecture outlines, an Instructor’s Resource Guide with solutions, suggested demonstrations, electronic images from the text, clicker questions, quizzes, tutorials, interactive simulations, and many other resources directly tied to text-specific materials in College physics. Students have access to self-quizzing, interactive simulations, tutorials, selected solutions for the text’s problems, and more.
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1996 Nobel Prize in Physics
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