12. Alan G. Giambattista, Betty M. Richardson, and Robert C. Richardson, Physics

College Physics (McGraw Hill, 2004). The authors created an intriguing textbook intended for a two-semester quantitative introductory physics course without calculus. To stimulate student interest, the text relates physics principles to applications in the everyday world and in fields such as biology, medicine, archaeology, art history, and sports. The authors present physics as a powerful tool for understanding the real world. The book teaches transferable problem-solving skills that students can use throughout their lives.

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