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This unique collection of problems and solutions, selected from examination and tutorial questions used in the University of Bristol, is the first book of its kind to address the 'art' of problem solving in a truly constructive manner. The reader is encouraged to apply basic physical principles, judicious assumptions and. Physics Bulletin. BOOK REVIEWS. Thinking Like a Physicist: Physics Problems for Undergraduates. To cite this article: David Tilley Phys. Bull. 39 View the article online for updates and enhancements. This content was downloaded from IP address on 19/04/ at Thinking like a physicist: physics problems for undergraduates. by Thompson, N. (Norman); University of Bristol. Dept. of Physics. Publication date Topics Physics. Publisher Bristol: Hilger. Collection printdisabled; inlibrary; internetarchivebooks; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive.

Thinking Like a Physicist, Physics Problems for Undergraduates has 3 ratings and 0 reviews. This unique collection of problems and solutions, selected fr. Thinking like a physicist: physics problems for undergraduates: a collection of problems and solutions. Responsibility: written by the staff of the Physics Department of the Unvierstiy of Bristol and edited by N. Thompson. Imprint: Bristol , England:bA. Hilger, c Physical description: ix, p.: ill. ; 22 cm. The reader is encouraged to apply basic physical principles, judicious assumptions and approximations, and simplified models of complex situations, and to consider the limitations of the resulting solutions-in short, to 'think like a physicist'. The problems are taken from all branches of the subject, but many deal with topics.

Title, Thinking Like a Physicist: Physics Problems for Undergraduates: a Collection of Problems and Solutions. Editor, Norman Thompson. Contributor, University of Bristol. Department of Physics. Publisher, Institute of Physics Pub., Length, pages. Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Thinking like a physicist: physics problems for undergraduates. [N Thompson; University of Bristol. Department of Physics.;] -- This unique collection of problems and solutions, selected from examination and tutorial questions used in the University of Bristol, is the first book of its kind to address the art of problem. Thinking like a physicist. Physics knowledge. Capacity for self-, peer-, lay- instruction. Creativity intuition independence. Experimental skill. Mathematical skill. Conceptual skill. Computational skill. Multiple representations. Critical, analytical thinker ability to generalize. Consummate problem-solver.

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