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Eugene Hecht has authored nine books including Optics, published by Addison Wesley, which has been the leading text in the field for several decades. He has also written Schaum’s Outline of Optics and coauthored Schaum’s Outline of Quantum Mechanics.

Frederick J. Bueche was a Distinguished Professor at Large at the University of Dayton and received his Ph.D. in physics from Cornell University.




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Good review text 3 novembre 2011
Par Steve - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this book in order to review for the Physics GRE. I've been out of school for a long time, so I needed a primer that covered a lot of topics without going into as much detail as a normal textbook. In that respect, this book is perfect. Each chapter has a 1-3 page summary of basic concepts and formulas, followed by worked examples, and problems. I used the summaries to make flashcards and brush up on the basics of the fundamental fields of physics.

However, it's not perfect for preparing for the GRE. First of all, it's a little too basic. It doesn't cover as much modern physics as it does classical mechanics, and it doesn't touch quantum mechanics. Furthermore, it doesn't require any knowledge of calculus so the formulas and the problems are all a little less complicated than you'd actually see in college.

The Physics GRE is its own beast, though, and this book wasn't written for it. Even if you're studying for the GRE, this book can help you lay a good foundation for more complicated ideas. If you just want it as a supplement for high school or lower-level college courses, it will probably serve you very well.

(Note: if you want more calculus based problems, check out Schaum's 3000 Solved Problems in Physics. It's basically the same, but without the chapter summaries, and it's got lots more (and more in-depth) problems)
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Great for practice and conceptual understanding 2 octobre 2013
Par Speos - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This outline and the example questions it contains are a Godsend for university physics students. The concept summaries are concise but easily understood, the organization is much moe intuitive than many text books, and the solved problems are very broad in scope. Before using this book I was struggling on written assignments and felt like I was behind the class. After pushing through the example questions and the supplementary problems provided here, my homework averages increased dramatically (from 70% avg to 90% avg).

This text would be largely unnecessary if the text book supplied an adequate number of problems with solutions, or additionally in my case, less wordy explanations in the example problems. If you are having trouble sloshing through the laborious dialogue that makes up most modern physics texts or have a sub par teacher, consider one of these supplementary books.

Keep in mind that there is no calculus in the introductory chapters. If you need problems of that sort, check out the companion problem solver, Schaum's 3000 phys questions, (another valuable resource.).

I would recommend this to college students, ap or high school students and homeschoolers.

There are errors here and there in the answers (very rare!) but this book (and the entire schaum series really) still manages to stomp the competition into the ground.
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Forget the Textbook! 21 avril 2013
Par P. Panehal - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For my College Physics I, I had to purchase a textbook...or so I thought. I got the textbook for as cheap as I could, but it was practically unintelligible. I decided to see if this book would help clarify my notes. It did. It most definitely did. It has a short, succinct chapter, that ironically follows exactly what I'm learning at the time (this is probably no coincidence). Anyhow, it shows the formulas that are needed, has upwards to ten to fifteen examples of each, and then has additional problems to solve, all within one chapter! Ditch the textbook, go for this!

For reference, my textbook was Cutnell/Johnson 'Introduction to Physics' 9th ed.
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Very good exercise book 9 avril 2013
Par Leon Cassion - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I had it when I was in college and found that it was a good exercise book. I bought it for my son and he also think the same.
It should not be use as the main book, but it's very good at what it is.
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Great AP Physics Study Tool 29 mai 2014
Par fretlessjazz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I just finished taking AP Physics B (which will be split into AP Physics 1 and 2), and I used this book to supplement my school's textbook and a separate review book. This book has a decent amount of practice problems which are mostly very easy, but the solved problems are very useful for understanding the physics concepts. The explanation of certain topics in a few paragraphs really clarified explanations that were pages long in my textbook. In the direct current electric circuits chapter of my textbook, there were very few practice problems and the whole concept was not explained very well, but the amount of problems and succinct explanations in this book really helped. Overall, great book, especially for first or second-year physics students.
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