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PDF Free Download | Essential Trig-based Physics Study Guide Workbook Electricity and Magnetism by Chris McMullen

- Chapter 1 – Coulomb’s Law
- Chapter 2 – Electric Field
- Chapter 3 – Superposition of Electric Fields
- Chapter 4 – Electric Field Mapping
- Chapter 5 – Electrostatic Equilibrium
- Chapter 6 – Gauss’s Law
- Chapter 7 – Electric Potential
- Chapter 8 – Motion of a Charged Particle in a Uniform Electric Field
- Chapter 9 – Equivalent Capacitance
- Chapter 10 – Parallel-plate Capacitors
- Chapter 11 – Equivalent Resistance
- Chapter 12 – Circuits with Symmetry
- Chapter 13 – Kirchhoff’s Rules
- Chapter 14 – More Resistance Equations
- Chapter 15 – Logarithms and Exponentials
- Chapter 16 – RC Circuits
- Chapter 17 – Bar Magnets
- Chapter 18 – Right-hand Rule for Magnetic Force
- Chapter 19 – Right-hand Rule for Magnetic Field
- Chapter 20 – Combining the Two Right-hand Rules
- Chapter 21 – Magnetic Force
- Chapter 22 – Magnetic Field
- Chapter 23 – Ampère’s Law
- Chapter 24 – Lenz’s Law
- Chapter 25 – Faraday’s Law
- Chapter 26 – Inductance
- Chapter 27 – AC Circuits

The goal of this study guide workbook is to provide practice and help carrying out essential problem-solving strategies that are standard in electricity and magnetism.

The aim here is not to overwhelm the student with comprehensive coverage of every type of problem, but to focus on the main strategies and techniques with which most physics students struggle.

This workbook is not intended to serve as a substitute for lectures or for a textbook, but is rather intended to serve as a valuable supplement.

Each chapter includes a concise review of the essential information, a handy outline of the problem-solving strategies, and examples which show step-by-step how to carry out the procedure.

This is not intended to teach the material, but is designed to serve as a time-saving review for students who have already been exposed to the material in class or in a textbook.

Students who would like more examples or a more thorough introduction to the material should review their lecture notes or read their textbooks.

Every exercise in this study guide workbook applies the same strategy which is solved step-by-step in at least one example within the chapter.

Study the examples and then follow them closely in order to complete the exercises. Many of the exercises are broken down into parts to help guide the student through the exercises.

Each exercise tabulates the corresponding answers on the same page. Students can find additional help in the hints section at the back of the book,

which provides hints, answers to intermediate steps, directions to walk students through every solution, and explanations regarding issues that students commonly ask about.

Every problem in this book can be solved without the aid of a calculator. You may use a calculator if you wish, though it is a valuable skill to be able to perform basic math without relying on a calculator.