Why is it sometimes difficult to solve a physics problem?
You are sitting in front of a physics problem and don't really know how to start. You only know that you are given a few values and that you have to calculate some physical quantity.
The problem is: You don't know a suitable formula!
The laws of physics are anchored in formulas. In order to be able to use the laws of physics or to work with them concretely, you need a corresponding formula. This well-structured book provides you with a solution formula for almost every physics problem. You only have to rearrange the formula with respect to the quantity you are looking for and enter the values into the calculator. And the problem is solved!
It helps you solve physics problems in...
🔉 Oscillations and Waves
🌊 Fluid Dynamics
🔌 Electricity & Magnetism
⚛️ Quantum Physics
🚀 Relativistic Mechanics
☢️ Atomic and Nuclear Physics
Coolest Physics Equations Book, because...
✨ Contains over 500 most relevant formulas, colorfully designed, precisely described, and visualized with unique illustration.
✨ Contains tables with sample values directly next to the corresponding formula.
✨ Understandable for everyone, because completely without vectors and integrals.
✨ Perfectly tailored for courses involving physics - especially experimental physics.
✨ Also suitable for high school graduates who take advanced physics courses and will study physics in university.
No problem, send an email to email@example.com with the concrete, detailed reason what you do not like, then you get your money back.
The author is Alexander Fufaev. He studied physics and is the founder of the project fufaev.org.
It is very useful to quickly survey or review formulas, not a textbook but more a guide, and very useful to those that had formal courses and wish to jog their memory or suggest topics to get a complete review. Not a lot of money but value for the money. by Kindle Customer
TLDR: Perfect for Algebra 2 compitant math users ("the book will not baby you to try to understand, the math shows everything needed to understand)" and Physics students during study or self studiers like myself, would recomend. PHY 1-3 content [...] by Eridania Blandon2
A compact nice summary of most of the equations that you might need during exam revisions or studying with consise descriptions and explanatory images. by Anis Mekacher