University Physics III

University Physics III

Covers Waves, Heat, and Optics

Calcs and Physics stuff

Uses the same Physics books as I and II

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[expandsub4 title=”Physics – Mechanics: Mechanical Waves (8 of 21) How to Read a Wave Equation” rel=”submenu-highlander2″]

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[expandsub4 title=”Physics – Mechanics: Mechanical Waves (9 of 21) The Wave Equation” rel=”submenu-highlander2″]

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