Principles of Physics 5e
ISBN-13: 9781133110002 / ISBN-10: 1133110002
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS, 5E, International Edition is the only text specifically written for institutions that offer a calculus-based physics course for their life science majors. Authors Raymond A. Serway and John W. Jewett have revised PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS, 5E, International Edition to include a new worked example format, new biomedical applications, two new Contexts features, a revised problem set based on an analysis of problem usage data from WebAssign, and a thorough revision of every piece of line art in the text. The Enhanced WebAssign course for PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS, 5E, International Edition is very robust, with all end-of-chapter problems, an interactive YouBook, and book-specific tutorials.
- ANALYSIS OF PROBLEMS USAGE DATA FROM WEBASSIGN; GUIDED PROBLEMS REVISION. The authors have utilized extensive user data gathered by WebAssign from both professors and students to identify problems containing muddled or unclear phrasing. The data was used to ensure that the problems professors assigned the most were retained for this new edition. In each chapter''s Problem Set, the top quartile of problems that were assigned in WebAssign have been given an icon for easy identification.
- INTEGRATION WITH ENHANCED WEBASSIGN. The textbook''s tight integration with Enhanced WebAssign content facilitates an online learning environment that helps students improve their problem-solving skills and gives them a variety of tools to meet their individual learning styles.
- WEBASSIGN MASTER IT TUTORIALS. The text now offers stepped-through solutions to a select number of problems per chapter in Enhanced WebAssign. Problems with "Master It" tutorials in Enhanced WebAssign are indicated in each chapter''s problem set with an "M" icon.
- WEBASSIGN WATCH IT VIDEOS. WebAssign "Watch It" solution videos (available with selected problems in Enhanced WebAssign) explain fundamental problem-solving strategies to help students step through the problem. Problems with Watch It videos in Enhanced WebAssign are indicated in each chapter''s Problem Set with a "W" icon.
- HALLMARK PROBLEM SETS. An extensive set of problems is included at the end of each chapter; in all, the text contains about 2,000 problems. An icon identifies problems dealing with applications to the life sciences and medicine. Answers to odd-numbered problems are provided at the end of the book. For the convenience of both you and your students, about two-thirds of the problems are keyed to specific sections of the chapter. The remaining problems, labeled "Additional Problems," are not keyed to specific sections. The three levels of problems are graded according to their difficulty. Straightforward problems are numbered in black, intermediate level problems are numbered in blue, and the most challenging problems are numbered in red. Every end-of-chapter problem can be assigned and graded through the Enhanced WebAssign homework management system.
- QUICK QUIZZES. "Quick Quizzes" allow students to test their understanding of physical concepts. The questions require students to make decisions on the basis of sound reasoning, and some of them have been written to help students overcome common misconceptions. Quick Quizzes are cast in an objective format, including multiple choice, true/false, and ranking question types. Answers are found at the end of each chapter. Quick Quizzes can be assigned and graded through the Enhanced WebAssign homework management system.
- FREQUENTLY ASSIGNED ENHANCED WEBASSIGN PROBLEMS. Problems most often assigned in Enhanced WebAssign have problem numbers shaded in blue in each chapter''s problem set so you can identify them quickly.
- PHYSICS IN CONTEXT APPROACH. A "Physics in Context" approach helps motivate students to master concepts. The text incorporates a "context overlay" scheme, which adds interesting applications of the material to real-world issues. The text is divided into nine sections, each of which opens with a "Context Introduction" that presents a central question to be addressed in the subsequent chapters. The final section of each chapter is a "Context Connection," which discusses how the material in the chapter relates to the Context and to the central question. The final chapter in each Context is followed by a "Context Conclusion," which uses the principles learned in the Context to respond fully to the central question. Each chapter, as well as the Context Conclusion, includes problems related to the context material. This feature is flexible so that the instructor who does not wish to follow this approach can simply ignore it without sacrificing complete coverage of the existing material.
- PROBLEM SOLVING STRATEGY. A "General Problem Solving Strategy" is outlined early in the text and provides a series of steps similar to those taken by professional physicists in solving problems. This problem-solving strategy is revisited in each worked example so students approach problems consistently, helping them to develop stronger problem-solving skills. The General Problem Solving Strategy is further reinforced by "Problem-Solving Strategy" boxes that provide additional tips for tackling specific types of problems.
- PROBLEM VARIETY. The authors include a great diversity of problem types, including those that require students to think qualitatively in some parts and quantitatively in others; problems asking for solutions in symbols, as well as many problems asking for numerical answers; review problems requiring the student to combine concepts covered in the chapter with those discussed in previous chapters; and problems that ask the student to reason in order-of-magnitude terms. Each chapter also contains at least one problem applying ideas and methods from differential calculus, and one using integral calculus.
- VARIETY OF QUESTIONS. Over 600 Objective and Conceptual Questions are included in this edition. Answers to selected questions are included in the Student Solutions Manual and Study Guide (denoted in the text by an icon), and answers to all questions are found in the Instructor''s Solutions Manual. All of the questions can be assigned and graded through the Enhanced WebAssign homework management system.
- MCAT TEST PREPARATION GUIDE. Located at the front of the book, this guide outlines twelve concept-based study courses for the physics part of the MCAT exam. Students can use the guide to prepare for the MCAT exam, class tests, or homework assignments.
- EARLY INTEGRATION OF MODERN PHYSICS TOPICS. Modern Physics topics are integrated early in the text to make the understanding of physics more interesting and relevant. For instance, relativity is covered early in Chapter 9, and the Bohr model of the hydrogen atom is covered in Chapter 11. This unique organization puts some of the most exciting topics in physics up front in the text. Covering modern physics earlier allows students to experience the vibrancy and wealth of new discoveries in the field.
- PITFALL PREVENTIONS. Users of the previous edition have greeted "Pitfall Preventions" with great enthusiasm. These margin notes address student misconceptions about physics and present the correct facts. Pitfall Preventions let you address these misconceptions before they get carried too far into the course. This pedagogical element is drawn from the findings of Physics Education Research.
- THINKING PHYSICS EXAMPLES. "Thinking Physics" examples relate physics concepts to common experiences or extend the concepts beyond what is discussed in the text material. These conceptual examples emphasize critical thinking and include reasoning statements that respond to the question raised. Some examples demonstrate the connection between the content of that chapter and other scientific disciplines.
- MARGINAL NOTES. Marginal notes can be used to locate important statements, equations, and concepts in the text.
- GRADUAL INCLUSION OF CALCULUS. Calculus is added gradually, keeping in mind that students often take introductory courses in calculus and physics concurrently. Most steps are shown when basic equations are developed, and reference is often made to mathematical appendices at the end of the textbook.
- MATH APPENDIX. The "Math Appendix" has been updated to show essential math concepts in a physics context and is an ideal resource for those who need a quick review on topics such as algebra and trigonometry.
An Invitation to Physics.
1. Introduction and Vectors.
Context 1: Alternative-Fuel Vehicles.
2. Motion in One Dimension.
3. Motion in Two Dimensions.
4. The Laws of Motion.
5. More Applications of Newton's Laws.
6. Energy of a System.
7. Conservation of Energy.
Context 1 Conclusion: Present and Future Possibilities.
Context 2: Mission to Mars.
8. Momentum and Collisions.
10. Rotational Motion.
11. Gravity, Planetary Orbits, and the Hydrogen Atom.
Context 2 Conclusion: A Successful Mission Plan.
Context 3: Earthquakes.
12. Oscillatory Motion.
13. Mechanical Waves.
14. Superposition and Standing Waves.
Context 3 Conclusion: Minimizing the Risk.
Context 4: Heart Attacks.
15. Fluid Mechanics.
Context 4 Conclusion: Heart Attacks
Context 5: Global Warming.
16. Temperature and the Kinetic Theory of Gases.
17. Energy in Thermal Processes: The First Law of Thermodynamics.
18. Heat Engines, Entropy, and the Second Law of Thermodynamics.
Context 5 Conclusion: Predicting the Earth's Surface Temperature.
Context 6: Lightning.
19. Electric Forces and Electric Fields.
20. Electric Potential and Capacitance.
21. Current and Direct Current Circuits.
Context 6 Conclusion: Determining the Number of Lightning Strikes.
Context 7: Magnetism in Medicine.
22. Magnetic Forces and Magnetic Fields.
23. Faraday's Law and Inductance.
Context 7 Conclusion: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Context 8: Lasers.
24. Electromagnetic Waves.
25. Reflection and Refraction of Light.
26. Image Formation by Mirrors and Lenses.
27. Wave Optics.
Context 8 Conclusion: Using Lasers to Record and Read Digital Information.
Context 9: The Cosmic Connection.
28. Quantum Physics.
29. Atomic Physics.
30. Nuclear Physics.
31. Particle Physics.
Context 9 Conclusion: Problems and Perspectives.
Appendix A: Tables.
Appendix B: Mathematics Review.
Appendix C: Periodic Table of the Elements.
Appendix D: SI Units.
Answers to Quick Quizzes and Odd-Numbered Problems.
- NOW AVAILABLE WITH CENGAGE YOUBOOK! This an interactive, easily customizable eBook, delivered via Enhanced WebAssign, lets you personalize the text content to fit your course and connect with your students. Personalize the book by removing and rearranging chapters in the table of contents, tailoring assigned readings that match your syllabus exactly, or editing narrative content in the book by adding a text box or striking out text. The Cengage YouBook also boosts students'' experience with the book by letting them highlight text, add their own notes, and insert bookmarks. Animations and videos play right on the page at the point of learning so that they''re not speed bumps to reading but true enhancements. Self-check quizzes in the printed textbook come to life with instant grading.
- LINE-BY-LINE REVISION OF THE QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS SET. Assisted by the user data gathered by WebAssign, the authors reviewed each Question and Problem line-by-line to improve both readability and assignability. This extensive revision involved editing problems for clarity, editing for length, introducing better problem architecture by breaking up problems into clearly defined parts, and revising to make problems clearer to both professors and students.
- REVISION OF WORKED EXAMPLES. All in-text "Worked Examples" have been recast and are now presented in a two-column format to better reinforce physical concepts and provide conceptual explanations next to the math for every step. Solutions are presented symbolically as much as possible and only substituting in numbers at the last possible moment. This approach helps students think symbolically when they solve problems, instead of automatically looking to insert numbers into an equation to solve a problem. The examples closely follow the authors'' proven "General Problem Solving Strategy," which is introduced in Chapter 1 to reinforce good problem-solving habits. About one-third of the worked examples include "What If?" extensions that further reinforce conceptual understanding. Every "Worked Example" can be assigned and graded through the Enhanced WebAssign homework management system.
- TWO NEW CONTEXTS FEATURES. Two new Contexts features were added to the "Physics in Context" organization of the text. Context 4 (Ch. 15) now addresses the issue of heart attacks, while Context 7 (Ch. 22-23) now covers the use of magnetism in medicine.
- THOROUGH REVISION OF ARTWORK. Every piece of artwork in the Fifth Edition was revised in a new and modern style that helps express the physics principles as well as making certain that the physical situations presented corresponded exactly to the textual discussion at hand. "Focus Pointers," a new feature for many pieces of art, either point out important aspects of a figure or guide students through a process illustrated by the artwork or photo. This new art style also helps those students who are visual learners.
- BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS. For biology and pre-med students, "BIO" icons highlight practical and interesting applications of physical principles to biology and medicine. More life-science applications in the problems sets and worked examples are also included in this new edition.
- REVISED QUESTIONS SET ORGANIZATION. The organization of the questions set has been completely overhauled by the authors. The "Questions" section is now divided into two sections: "Objective Questions" and "Conceptual Questions."
- OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS. "Objective Questions" are multiple-choice, true/false, ranking, or other multiple-guess-type questions. Some require calculations designed to facilitate students'' familiarity with the equations, the variables used, the concepts the variables represent, and the relationships between the concepts. Others are more conceptual in nature and are designed to encourage conceptual thinking.
- Conceptual Questions – Improve student comprehension with these short-answer and essay-type questions that require students to think conceptually about a physical situation.
- NEW PROBLEM TYPES. Four new problem types have been introduced for this edition: "Quantitative/Conceptual" problems contain parts that ask students to think both quantitatively and conceptually. "Symbolic" problems ask students to solve a problem using only symbolic manipulation. Reviewers asked us specifically to increase the amount of symbolic problems found in the text, as this better reflects the way they want their students to think when solving physics problems. "Guided" problems break a standard problem into smaller steps, helping students grasp all the concepts and strategies required to arrive at a correct solution. "Impossibility" problems begin with the phrase, "Why is the following situation impossible?" and then describe a physical situation. A student must determine what questions need to be asked and what calculations need to be performed; based on the results the student must determine why the situation described is not possible.
- EXPANSION OF THE ANALYSIS MODEL APPROACH. The "Analysis Model" approach has been expanded to help students solve problems more like a physicist solves problems. It is easier for students to identify a situation rather than a fundamental principle. The Analysis Model approach focused on in the Fifth Edition lays out a standard set of situations that appear in most physics problems. These situations are based on an entity in one of four simplification models: particle, system, rigid object, and wave. Once the simplification model is identified, the student thinks about what the entity is doing or how it interacts with its environment, which leads the student to identify a particular analysis model for the problem. This approach is further reinforced in the end-of-chapter summary under the heading "Analysis Models for Problem-Solving."
- Chapter Summaries – Each chapter contains a "Summary" of important concepts and equations along with a section called "Analysis Models for Problem Solving," to better prepare students for lectures and exams.
Raymond A. Serway
Raymond A. Serway received his doctorate at Illinois Institute of Technology and is Professor Emeritus at James Madison University. In 2011, he was awarded an honorary doctorate degree from his alma mater, Utica College. He received the 1990 Madison Scholar Award at James Madison University, where he taught for 17 years. Dr. Serway began his teaching career at Clarkson University, where he conducted research and taught from 1967 to 1980. He was the recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award at Clarkson University in 1977 and the Alumni Achievement Award from Utica College in 1985. As Guest Scientist at the IBM Research Laboratory in Zurich, Switzerland, he worked with K. Alex Müller, 1987 Nobel Prize recipient. Dr. Serway also was a visiting scientist at Argonne National Laboratory, where he collaborated with his mentor and friend, the late Sam Marshall. In addition to PHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS, Dr. Serway is the coauthor of PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS, Fifth Edition; COLLEGE PHYSICS, Ninth Edition; ESSENTIALS OF COLLEGE PHYSICS; MODERN PHYSICS, Third Edition; and the high school textbook PHYSICS, published by Holt McDougal. In addition, Dr. Serway has published more than 40 research papers in the field of condensed matter physics and has given more than 60 presentations at professional meetings. Dr. Serway and his wife Elizabeth enjoy traveling, playing golf, fishing, gardening, singing in the church choir, and especially spending quality time with their four children, nine grandchildren, and a recent great-grandson.
John W. Jewett
John W. Jewett, Jr., earned his undergraduate degree in physics at Drexel University and his doctorate at Ohio State University, specializing in optical and magnetic properties of condensed matter. Dr. Jewett began his academic career at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, where he taught from 1974 to 1984. He is currently Emeritus Professor of Physics at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. Through his teaching career, Dr. Jewett has been active in promoting science education. In addition to receiving four National Science Foundation grants, he helped found and direct the Southern California Area Modern Physics Institute (SCAMPI) and Science IMPACT (Institute for Modern Pedagogy and Creative Teaching). Dr. Jewett's honors include the Stockton Merit Award at Richard Stockton College in 1980, selection as Outstanding Professor at California State Polytechnic University for 1991-1992, and the Excellence in Undergraduate Physics Teaching Award from the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) in 1998. In 2010, he received an Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award from Drexel University in recognition of his contributions in physics education. He has given over 100 presentations both domestically and abroad, including multiple presentations at national meetings of the AAPT. Dr. Jewett is the author of THE WORLD OF PHYSICS: MYSTERIES, MAGIC, AND MYTH, which provides many connections between physics and everyday experiences. In addition to his work on PHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS, he is the coauthor for PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS, Fifth Edition, as well as GLOBAL ISSUES, a four-volume set of instruction manuals in integrated science for high school. Dr. Jewett enjoys playing keyboard with his all-physicist band, traveling, and collecting antique quack medical devices that can be used as demonstration apparatus in physics lectures. Most importantly, he relishes spending time with his wife Lisa and their children and grandchildren.