- Series
- Pearson
- Author
- Hugh D. Young / Roger A. Freedman
- Publisher
- Pearson
- Cover
- Softcover
- Edition
- 15
- Language
- English
- Total pages
- 360
- Pub.-date
- October 2019
- ISBN13
- 9781292325262
- ISBN
- 1292325267
- Related Titles

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University Physics with Modern Physics Volume 3 (Chapters 37-44) in SI Units |
9781292325262 University Physics with Modern Physics Volume 3 (Chapters 37-44) in SI Units |
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*For courses in calculus-based physics.*

*UNIVERSITY PHYSICS VOLUME 3**contains Chapters 37–44*

**Guided practice helps students develop into expert problem solvers**

The new **15th Edition** of ** University Physics with Modern Physics**, now in SI Units

This edition addresses students’ tendency to focus on the objects and situations posed in a problem, rather than recognizing the underlying principle or the problem type. New Key Concept statements identify the main idea used in examples to help students recognize the underlying concepts and strategy. New Key Example Variation Problems within new Guided Practice sections group problems by type so students recognize when problems can be solved in similar ways, regardless of wording or numbers.

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**Video Tutor Demonstrations and Video Tutor Solutions**tie directly to content in the textbook and can be accessed through Pearson Mastering Physics or from QR codes in the textbook.**New—Key Example Variation Problems**build in difficulty by changing scenarios, swapping knowns and unknowns, and adding complexity to provide the most helpful range of related problems that use the same basic approach to find their solutions. Assignable in Pearson Mastering Physics.**New—Bridging Problems**, now assignable in Pearson Mastering Physics. Bridging Problems follow the Key Example Variation problems and help students move from single-concept worked examples to multi-concept homework problems.**Pearson eText**is a simple-to-use, personalized reading experience available within Mastering. It allows students to easily highlight, take notes, and review key vocabulary all in one place—even when offline. Linked videos and other media engage students and give them access to the help they need, when they need it.

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**Key Example Variation Problems**in the new Guided Practice section are based on selected worked examples. They build in difficulty by changing scenarios, swapping the knowns vs. unknowns, and adding complexity and/or steps of reasoning to provide the most helpful range of related problems that use the same basic approach to solve. These scaffolded problem sets help students see patterns and make connections between problems that can be solved using the same underlying principles and strategies so that they are more able to tackle different problem types when exam time comes. Assignable in Pearson Mastering Physics.**Worked example “Key Concept” statements**appear at the end of every example and conceptual example, providing a brief summary of the key idea used in the solution to consolidate what was most important and what can be broadly applied to other problems.**Reinforce problem-solving skills with enhanced End-of-Chapter problem sets****Expanded - Challenge problems**significantly stretch students by requiring sophisticated reasoning that often involves multiple steps or concepts and/or mathematical skills. They are the most difficult problems in each chapter and often involve calculus, multiple steps that lead students through a complex analysis, and/or the exploration of a topic or application not explicitly covered in the chapter.**Estimation problems**help students learn to analyze problem scenarios, assess data, and work with orders of magnitude. By requiring students to not only estimate some of the data in the problem but also decide what data needs to be estimated based on real-world experience, reasoning, assumptions and/or modeling, this problem type engages students to more thoroughly explore the situation.**Expanded**-**Cumulative problems**promote more advanced problem-solving techniques by requiring knowledge and skills covered in previous chapters to be integrated with understanding and skills from the current chapter.

**Build conceptual understanding**

**Expanded**-**Caution paragraphs**focus on typical misconceptions and student problem areas. Over a dozen more have been added based on common errors made in Pearson Mastering Physics.

**Also available with Pearson Mastering Physics**

**Alternate problem sets**provide additional problem-solving practice and offer instructors more options when creating assignments with hundreds of new questions and problemsplus**new end-of-chapter problems**.**Direct Measurement Videos**are short videos that show real situations of physical phenomena. Grids, rulers, and frame counters appear as overlays, helping students to make precise measurements of quantities such as position and time. Students then apply these quantities along with physics concepts to solve problems and answer questions about the motion of the objects in the video. The problems are assignable in Mastering and can be used to replace or supplement traditional word problems, and they can serve as open-ended questions to help develop problem-solving skills.**Enhanced End-of-Chapter Questions**provide expanded remediation built into each question when and where students need it. Remediation includes scaffolded support, links to hints, links to appropriate sections of the eText, links from the eText to Pearson Mastering Physics, Video Tutor Solutions, math remediation, and wrong-answer feedback for homework assignments.**Key Example Variation Problems**build in difficulty by changing scenarios, swapping the knowns vs. unknowns, and adding complexity and/or steps of reasoning to provide the most helpful range of related problems that use the same basic approach to find their solutions. Assignable in Pearson Mastering Physics.**Bridging Problems**, now assignable in Pearson Mastering Physics. Bridging Problems follow the Key Example Variation Problems in the Guided Practice section of the text and help students move from single-concept worked examples to multi-concept homework problems.**Pearson eText**is a simple-to-use, mobile-optimized, personalized reading experience available within Mastering. It allows students to easily highlight, take notes, and review key vocabulary all in one place–even when offline. Seamlessly integrated videos and other rich media engage students and give them access to the help they need, when they need it.

Volume 1 contains Chapters 1–20

Volume 2 contains Chapters 21–37

Volume 3 contains Chapters 37-44

**MECHANICS**

1. Units, Physical Quantities, and Vectors

2. Motion Along a Straight Line

3. Motion in Two or Three Dimensions

4. Newton’s Laws of Motion

5. Applying Newton’s Laws

6. Work and Kinetic Energy

7. Potential Energy and Energy Conservation

8. Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions

9. Rotation of Rigid Bodies

10. Dynamics of Rotational Motion

11. Equilibrium and Elasticity

12. Fluid Mechanics

13. Gravitation

14. Periodic Motion

**WAVES/ACOUSTICS**

15. Mechanical Waves

16. Sound and Hearing

**THERMODYNAMICS**

17. Temperature and Heat

18. Thermal Properties of Matter

19. The First Law of Thermodynamics

20. The Second Law of Thermodynamics

**ELECTROMAGNETISM**

21. Electric Charge and Electric Field

22. Gauss’s Law

23. Electric Potential

24. Capacitance and Dielectrics

25. Current, Resistance, and Electromotive Force

26. Direct-Current Circuits

27. Magnetic Field and Magnetic Forces

28. Sources of Magnetic Field

29. Electromagnetic Induction

30. Inductance

31. Alternating Current

32. Electromagnetic Waves

**OPTICS**

33. The Nature and Propagation of Light

34. Geometric Optics

35. Interference

36. Diffraction

**MODERN PHYSICS**

37. Relativity

38. Photons: Light Waves Behaving as Particles

39. Particles Behaving as Waves

40. Quantum Mechanics I: Wave Functions

41. Quantum Mechanics II: Atomic Structure

42. Molecules and Condensed Matter

43. Nuclear Physics

44. Particle Physics and Cosmology