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Physical Science Books for College1. Physical Science with New CD-ROM, PowerWeb and OLC Passcode Card by Bill W Tillery, Paperback: 699 pages, Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
One or two-semester introductory science course for non-scientists AND for nonscience majors, covering physics, chemistry, astronomy, and earth sciences. May be a requirement for education majors. Integrated science course also covers biology. Learning aids include chapter summaries, key terms, and multiple-choice and critical thinking questions. Exercises are given in two sets, one with explained answers.

2. Schaum's Outline of Physical Science (Schaum's) by Arthur Beiser, Paperback: 368 pages, Publisher: McGraw-Hill
This indispensible study tool helps students cut down learning time and still get a firm grasp of elementary physics, chemistry, earth science and astronomy. The outlines included in each chapter, and the solved problems and practice test exercises with answers, reinforce the essential points of this broad spectrum subject..

3. Physical science with modern applications (Saunders golden sunburst series) by Melvin Merken, 756 pages, Publisher: Saunders College
The main objective of This textbook is to present a clear and comprehensive introduction to major topics in physics, chemistry, astronomy, geology, oceanography, and meteorology. The appealing full-color presentation includes numerous applications of current interest and emphasizes science as a human endeavor pivotal to modern society. In this fifth edition, many new or revised full-color illustrations and photographs enliven scientific concepts and capture student interest. "Scientific Enterprise" sections highlight the interconnection of different sciences, helping students view the sciences as related parts of a whole.

4. A Beginner's Guide to Scientific Method by Stephen S. Carey, Paperback: 138 pages, Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing
Designed for the student who has little or no background in the sciences, this book provides a brief, non-technical introduction to the basic methods underlying all good scientific research. It is ideal as a supplementary text for any course in which students must have some rudimentary understanding of how science is done. Topics include establishing causal links, testing explanations, extraordinary claims and anecdotal evidence, and fallacies. End-of-chapter exercises help reinforce material. A sold supplement to students, this book can also be bundled with a Brooks/Cole earth science text book.

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