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This 28th edition of February 2016 is a single zip file with ca. 390 MB, in full colour, with many embedded films and animations. The purpose of this book is to call to the attention of beginning physics students methods for effectively studying physics. Why would this make it difficult to detect via radar? 5 The figure on the next page shows a curved (parabolic) mirror. This beautifully-presented NASA resource introduces students to the wonder of electromagnetic waves and their behaviors.

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Publisher: Springer; 1997 edition (April 30, 1997)

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