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Basic Laws Of Electromagnetism (Pb)

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ISBN: 9788123903064
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The main idea behind this book is to amalgamate the description of the basic concepts of the theory and the practical methods of solving problems in one book. Therefore each chapter contains first a description of the theory of the subject being considered (illustrated by concrete examples) and then a set of selected problems with solutions.

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    The problems are closely related to the text and often complement it. Hence they should be analyzed together with the text. In authors opinion the selected problems should enable the reader to attain a deeper understanding of many important topics and to visualize (even without solving the problems but just by going through them) the wide range of applications of the ideas presented in this book.SI units of measurements are used throughout the book. The most important statements and terms are given in italics. More complicated material and problems involving cumbersome mathematical calculations are set in breviertype. This material can be omitted on first reading without any loss of continuity. The brevier type is also used for problems and examples.

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    Publisher CBS Publishers & Distributors
    Binding Paperback
    Size 20 x 14 x 4
    Year 2004
    Edition 5th Edition
    Pages 309
    Author I. E Irodov
    Subject AIEEE, Joint Entrance & Competitive Examinations
    About the Author Igor Yevgenyevich Irodov was a renowned Russian physicist. An author of several compelling reads, Irodov's most acclaimed book is Problems in General Physics. He has also authored Fundamental Laws of Mechanics. Books penned by Irodov are used by students worldwide to prepare for the Physics Olympiads. After a brief stint with the Soviet Army during World War II, Irodov graduated in physical and mathematical sciences from the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, where he later served as a faculty member until his death. Initially hired as a lecturer at the Institute, Irodov went on to become a professor at the Institute's Department of General Physics.
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