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question regarding physics textbook
Hi, I am an upcoming freshman and I am set to take physics 141, 132, and 133, which is the general physics series. I am currently enrolled in phys 141 and the class requires me to use the "Physics for Scientists and Engineers" textbook by Knight. However, when I looked up the required textbooks for these classes in the physics department's website, Courses - Physics Department - Cal Poly, the textbook used by all three is the "University Physics" one by Young. Since I am going to have to use the "Physics for Scientists and Engineers" textbook for my Phys 141 class, will it be okay to use the same book for Phys 132 and 133? I am assuming that these two books don't have much of a difference in terms of the material covered. Thanks.3 replies
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