Note that some of you might like to have a paper copy of the book. While you won’t be able to print the entire book at once using your college printing allotment. You should be able to print each chapter as we start working on it. You are allowed 30 pages per day in each of the printing facilities in the library, G600, and the Voorhees computer lab, adding up to a total of 90 pages per day. I suggest you try it and see if you find the printed copy easier to work with.
A collection of physics simulations: Apps on Physics by Walter Fendt
(These are apps that allow you to visualize the interactions of the variables in our simple mathematical models of physical phenomena. I will point out particularly relevant simulations during the semester, but I encourage you to take a look on your own. It’s kind of fun to see.)
An online encyclopedia and calculation tool:
(This is an online version of a very powerful calculation program, Mathematica. You can use it to solve equations, do algebraic manipulations, make graphs, etc… It also contains a pretty good set of reference pages for physics and mathematics concepts. Of course, wikipedia is great too.)
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