Physics 5th edition

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David Halliday, Robert Resnick, and Kenneth S. Krane
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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  • 1: Measurement (19)
  • 2: Motion in One Dimension (28)
  • 3: Force And Newton's Laws (11)
  • 4: Motion in Two and Three Dimensions (18)
  • 5: Applications of Newton's Laws (12)
  • 6: Momentum (27)
  • 7: Systems of Particles (17)
  • 8: Rotational Kinematics (17)
  • 9: Rotational Dynamics (16)
  • 10: Angular Momentum (7)
  • 11: Energy 1: Work and Kinetic Energy (19)
  • 12: Energy 2: Potential Energy (9)
  • 13: Energy 3: Conservation of Energy (6)
  • 14: Gravitation (14)
  • 15: Fluid Statics (16)
  • 16: Fluid Dynamics (5)
  • 17: Oscillations (15)
  • 18: Wave Motion (19)
  • 19: Sound Waves (21)
  • 20: The Special Theory of Relativity (11)
  • 21: Temperature (7)
  • 22: Molecular Properties of Gases (2)
  • 23: The First Law of Thermodynamics (9)
  • 24: Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics (3)
  • 25: Electric Charge and Coulomb's Law
  • 26: The Electric Field (5)
  • 27: Gauss' Law (7)
  • 28: Electric Potential Energy and Potential
  • 29: The Electrical Properties of Materials
  • 30: Capacitance
  • 31: DC Circuits
  • 32: The Magnetic Field
  • 33: The Magnetic Field of a Current
  • 34: Faraday's Law of Induction
  • 35: Magnetic Properties of Materials
  • 36: Inductance
  • 37: Alternating Current Circuits
  • 38: Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves
  • 39: Light Waves
  • 40: Mirrors and Lenses
  • 41: Interference
  • 42: Diffraction
  • 43: Gratings and Spectra
  • 44: Polarization
  • 45: The Nature of Light
  • 46: The Nature of Matter
  • 47: Electrons in Potential Wells
  • 48: Atomic Structure
  • 49: Electrical Conduction in Solids
  • 50: Nuclear Physics
  • 51: Energy From the Nucleus
  • 52: Particle Physics and Cosmology

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Group Quantity Questions
Chapter 1: Measurement
1.E 7 001 006 011 015 017 021 032
1.MC 3 001 002 003
1.P 3 001 007 009
1.Q 6 010 014 021 023 025 028
Chapter 2: Motion in One Dimension
2.E 20 001 002 004 009 010 012 015 019 028 030 031 033 040 041 042 045 050 054 060 061
2.P 8 001 005 006 007 009 010 019 022
Chapter 3: Force And Newton's Laws
3.E 8 006 008 014 015 018 020 024 030
3.P 3 004 009 010
Chapter 4: Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
4.E 13 002 003 007 008 010 011 013 015 019 024 033 035 039
4.P 5 004 007 015 019 024
Chapter 5: Applications of Newton's Laws
5.E 7 001 002 005 016 027 029 032
5.P 5 004 005 008 010 016
Chapter 6: Momentum
6.E 18 002 003 007 008 009 010 013 014 016 017 021 022 023 029 030 031 033 034
6.P 9 002 004 005 007 013 014 017 019 021
Chapter 7: Systems of Particles
7.E 14 001 003 004 006 007 008 010 011 013 014 015 016 020 021
7.P 3 004 010 011
Chapter 8: Rotational Kinematics
8.E 11 004 006 008 009 012 013 019 021 023 025 026
8.P 6 001 004 006 008 009 010
Chapter 9: Rotational Dynamics
9.E 12 002 004 016 018 023 030 031 032 033 034 035 037
9.P 4 003 005 017 021
Chapter 10: Angular Momentum
10.E 4 009 019 020 025
10.P 3 001 002 007
Chapter 11: Energy 1: Work and Kinetic Energy
11.E 14 001 004 013 021 022 024 027 028 029 033 035 036 037 041
11.P 5 005 020 025 032 033
Chapter 12: Energy 2: Potential Energy
12.E 5 011 015 018 020 029
12.P 4 003 007 014 018
Chapter 13: Energy 3: Conservation of Energy
13.E 4 005 014 015 017
13.P 2 003 006
Chapter 14: Gravitation
14.E 12 001 002 005 006 008 016 017 019 022 023 024 025
14.P 2 026 031
Chapter 15: Fluid Statics
15.E 12 001 003 007 012 013 014 019 020 022 025 026 030
15.P 4 003 004 014 016
Chapter 16: Fluid Dynamics
16.E 5 002 003 007 010 019
Chapter 17: Oscillations
17.E 14 002 003 005 006 007 012 013 018 019 024 025 031 036 051
17.P 1 003
Chapter 18: Wave Motion
18.E 16 003 004 007 008 012 013 015 019 022 025 026 028 029 030 031 034
18.P 3 002 004 012
Chapter 19: Sound Waves
19.E 16 002 003 007 009 011 012 023 024 030 033 036 037 038 041 042 043
19.P 5 002 012 013 014 022
Chapter 20: The Special Theory of Relativity
20.E 8 003 004 005 007 017 023 024 025
20.P 3 001 002 004
Chapter 21: Temperature
21.E 5 006 013 034 040 043
21.P 2 008 018
Chapter 22: Molecular Properties of Gases
22.E 1 006
22.P 1 012
Chapter 23: The First Law of Thermodynamics
23.E 9 004 011 014 020 023 027 029 040 047
Chapter 24: Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
24.E 3 007 012 013
Chapter 25: Electric Charge and Coulomb's Law
25 0  
Chapter 26: The Electric Field
26.E 5 016 020 028 030 036
Chapter 27: Gauss' Law
27.E 5 002 004 012 020 026
27.P 2 010 018
Chapter 28: Electric Potential Energy and Potential
28 0  
Chapter 29: The Electrical Properties of Materials
29 0  
Chapter 30: Capacitance
30 0  
Chapter 31: DC Circuits
31 0  
Chapter 32: The Magnetic Field
32 0  
Chapter 33: The Magnetic Field of a Current
33 0  
Chapter 34: Faraday's Law of Induction
34 0  
Chapter 35: Magnetic Properties of Materials
35 0  
Chapter 36: Inductance
36 0  
Chapter 37: Alternating Current Circuits
37 0  
Chapter 38: Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves
38 0  
Chapter 39: Light Waves
39 0  
Chapter 40: Mirrors and Lenses
40 0  
Chapter 41: Interference
41 0  
Chapter 42: Diffraction
42 0  
Chapter 43: Gratings and Spectra
43 0  
Chapter 44: Polarization
44 0  
Chapter 45: The Nature of Light
45 0  
Chapter 46: The Nature of Matter
46 0  
Chapter 47: Electrons in Potential Wells
47 0  
Chapter 48: Atomic Structure
48 0  
Chapter 49: Electrical Conduction in Solids
49 0  
Chapter 50: Nuclear Physics
50 0  
Chapter 51: Energy From the Nucleus
51 0  
Chapter 52: Particle Physics and Cosmology
52 0  
Total 340