Developed at the University of Texas, this textbook for physics majors, now in its second edition, is used to ease the transition from the largely descriptive physics courses of the first two years of curriculum to the actual mathematical nature of physics. This transition can be difficult for undergraduate physics majors, so it is good to see an excellent attempt to bridge this transition.

Review by Albert Claus, Professor Emeritus of Physics, Loyola University Chicago

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