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Class tested by over 10,000 students and written by an author team with over 75 years of teaching experience at both the high school and University level, Physics: An Algebra-Based Approach promotes problem-solving skills development while helping students to better understand physics. Based on the latest findings from Physics Education Research (PER), Physics: An Algebra-Based Approach focuses on student understanding through the use of engaging real-life applications, unique Fermi problems, conceptual examples, free body diagrams in mechanics and concept fixes based on research into common student misconceptions. Online support is available through text specific Enhanced WebAssign with the market-leading YouBook eBook.
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Ernie McFarland is Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of Guelph, where he recently retired after teaching for 35 years. He has received five teaching awards, including the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations Teaching Award, the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) Medal for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, and a 3M National Teaching Fellowship. He is co-author of three books: Energy, Physics and the Environment (3rd Ed., Thomson, 2007), Physics for the Biological Sciences (5th Ed., Nelson, 2012), and Physics for Tomorrow’s World (with Alan Hirsch, Revised 2nd Ed., Nelson, 2012), which was the precursor to this current text. He is also sole author of Einstein’s Special Relativity―Discover it for Yourself (Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1998).
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Book Description Nelson College Indigenous, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0176531866