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T - Physics I


Thinkwell's Physics I


Thinkwell's Physics I with Steven Pollock and Ephraim Fischbach lays the foundation for success because, unlike a traditional textbook, students actually like using it. Thinkwell works with the learning styles of students who have found that traditional textbooks are not effective. Watch one Thinkwell video lecture and you'll understand why Thinkwell works better.







- Preliminaries

- Kinematics

- Dynamics

- Energy

- Momentum

- The Physics of Extended Objects

- Force of Gravity

- Fluids

- Relativity

- Oscillatory Motion

- Waves



System Requirements


Intel Pentium II 450 MHz CPU or faster (or equivalent)

Microsoft Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista or later

256 MB RAM



1. Install " Thinkwell Lecture Player" ( Download it from "I Agree" button link number 2)


2. Program requires QuickTime


3.Mount the desired ISO image to the Virtual Driver (Daemon Tools) (The Thinkwell Player will only see one virtual CD at a time. As you move through the course, you must eject that image and add the new image.)


4.Run Thinkwell Player.Do not enter a user name, or a password. Simply click on "View the default table of contents by clicking here", located at the bottom of the window. You will see " Table Of Contents"


5.Just " click" one topic  and watch videos (Each tutorial corresponds to a disc number (CD-ROM Number). Be certain the desired CD has been mounted that reflects that disc number, otherwise, the Player will not find the material.)


P.S : Thinkwell Lecture Player is for all lessons (Economics,Trigonometry,Calculus..etc).You don't need to install it again and again when you change the lessons.


"I Agree"  Button Description:

1-10. Links for 3 CD-ROMs in rar (9x185.9MB+112.6MB)

11.Link for "Thinkwell Lecture Player"/exe (3.79MB)



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