Provides a concise overview of the core undergraduate physics and applied mathematics curriculum for students and practitioners of science and engineering Fundamental Math and Physics for Scientists and Engineers summarizes college and university level physics together with the mathematics frequently encountered in engineering and physics calculations. The presentation provides straightforward, coherent explanations of underlying concepts emphasizing essential formulas, derivations, examples, and computer programs. Content that should be thoroughly mastered and memorized is clearly identified while unnecessary technical details are omitted. Fundamental Math and Physics for Scientists and Engineers is an ideal resource for undergraduate science and engineering students and practitioners, students reviewing for the GRE and graduate-level comprehensive exams, and general readers seeking to improve their comprehension of undergraduate physics. Covers topics frequently encountered in undergraduate physics, in particular those appearing in the Physics GRE subject examination Reviews relevant areas of undergraduate applied mathematics, with an overview chapter on scientific programming Provides simple, concise explanations and illustrations of underlying concepts Succinct yet comprehensive, Fundamental Math and Physics for Scientists and Engineers constitutes a reference for science and engineering students, practitioners and non-practitioners alike.Any perturbation that does not also vary as 1/r therefore reduces the energy level degeneracy. ... =2 as a result of relativistic and quantum mechanical effects and up = eh/2m is labeled the Bohr magneton. From the Heisenberg equation of motion, S accordingly evolves in time as dS 1 F- 1 [-, -, -, a = + |S, Hspin-fie |=-.
|Title||:||Fundamental Math and Physics for Scientists and Engineers|
|Author||:||David Yevick, Hannah Yevick|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2014-11-21|