Buy Physics: Principles with Applications 6th Edition eTextbook + Test Bank
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This test bank is a revision and update of the Test Item File accompanying the fifth edition of Douglas Giancoli’s Physics: Principles with Applications. The sixth edition test bank was created with TestGenerator, a networkable program for creating quizzes and exams. TestGenerator allows users to modify existing questions/problems, including algorithmic versions, as well as create and input new questions/problems. This test bank contains approximately 2500 multiple choice, short answer, and essay questions. The majority of the multiple choice questions and problems could also be given as free response questions or problems. Like the end of chapter of Physics: Principles with Applications, each chapter of the test bank is divided into two sections: Conceptual Questions and Quantitative Problems. Thus, nearly 50% of the material in the test bank is conceptual in nature. All questions and problems are ranked by level of
difficulty and are referenced to the corresponding section in the textbook. The notation in the sixth edition test bank has been updated to reflect the notation used in the sixth edition of Physics: Principles with Applications.
About the Author Of Test Bank
Dr. Delena Bell Gatch has taught introductory physics at Georgia Southern University since early 2001. She completed her Ph.D. at the University of Georgia in September of 2000, and remained at the University of Georgia as a post doctorial assistant before accepting the assistant professor position Georgia Southern University. Her field of specialty is experimental condensed matter physics. Her research ventures have included the study of the properties of powder phosphors for flat panel displays, the development of new infrared detection schemes utilizing visible emission from crystals, and the investigation of the shifts in energy levels of crystals due to the application of
hydrostatic pressure. During a typical semester, Dr. Gatch teaches three or four introductory physics classes, in addition to one-to-three introductory physics labs. She works with students in the University Honors Program who desire to study physics in greater depth. She also spends time outside of the classroom assisting her premedical students who are preparing to take the MCAT.