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by Jerry D. Wilson,Aaron W. Todd,James T. Shipman
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  • Author:
    Jerry D. Wilson,Aaron W. Todd,James T. Shipman
  • ISBN:
    0669417157
  • ISBN13:
    978-0669417159
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    D C Heath & Co; 8 edition (January 1, 1997)
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    Mathematics
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An Introduction to Physical Science presents a survey of the physical sciences-physics, chemistry, astronomy, meteorology, and geology-for non-science majors

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Shipman, James . Wilson, Jerry . Todd, Aaron W. Published by D C Heath & Co, Wilmington, Massachusetts. Published by D C Heath & Co, Wilmington, Massachusetts, . ISBN 10: 0669417157 ISBN 13: 9780669417159.

Author: James T. Shipman, Jerry D. Wilson and Aaron W. Todd. Publisher: Houghton Mifflin. Number of Pages: 708. Dimensions (HxWxD): 2. x 2. x . cm. Wilson. An Introduction to Physical Science presents a survey of the physical sciences-physics, chemistry, astronomy, meteorology, and geology-for non-science majors. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

A textbook for a course of one or two semesters for first-year college students not majoring in science. Defines and explains physics, chemistry, astronomy, geology, and meteorology in the context of examples relating to the physical world. Emphasizing fundamental concepts, includes both quantitative and qualitative approaches that instructors can combine or chose between; a heavily descriptive approach for example would use the Review Questions and Critical Thinking Questions but omit the Exercises. Revised from earlier editions (no dates noted) both in the material and the manner of presentation. Illustrated in color throughout. Teaching materials are available. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

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FLIDER
This wonderful little book presents a superficial (if you want string theory or statistical mechanics, look elsewhere) survey of an interesting selection of topics that should interest any curious student, even one considering a career in a "hard" science. It should present no great challenge to the sudent with a year or two of algebra; this is not to imply that the approach is mathematical - it isn't. However, some very basic math is necessary in any book of this kind. This kind of overview should also be useful for the high school or junior college student who wants to know something about the nuts-and-bolts of various careers in the physical sciences: physicist, geologist, chemist, physiologist/biophysicist, biochemist, molecular biologist, astronomer, etc. Even the non-scientist layperson wants to know how and why batteries work, the phases of the moon and tidal influences, and, for just one more example, why nuclear bombs go BOOM in such a big way. The graphs are simple, and clearly labeled, there are many illustrations and photographs, and the authors seem to have tried to avoid "Dick and Jane" demonstrations of principles. If you are curious about the functioning of our universe and the world around you - and want a pleasant introduction to some of the particulars of that world, you will be impressed with the successful treatment shown in this book. I highly recommend it.