Physics in the Arts is a concise, 328-page four-color entry in the Complementary Science Series, designed for science enthusiasts and liberal arts students requiring or desiring a well-developed discussion of physical phenomena, particularly with regard to sound and light. Typical course: A course on sound and light for non-science majors covering the nature of sound and sound perception; fundamentals of harmony, musical photography, color perception, and color mixing. Easily understood by those with high school algebra and geometry. * Offers an alternative route to science literacy for those interested in the arts, music and photography * Popular science book with wide readership beyond the classroom at an accessible level * Material covered at a level appropriate for self-study or as a complementary textbook * For teaching purposes, all figures in the book as well as hints on how to build labs (including seven new labs in March 2012!) are provided at http://www.elsevierdirect.com/companion.jsp?ISBN=9780123918789.Show by rays reflected from a mirror where the mirror image of the flower appears to be. Top. view. 12. If you are 6 feet tall, how tall a mirror do you need to see yourself head to 13. 14. toe? Where on ... Show a diagram to explain your answer.
|Title||:||Physics in the Arts|
|Author||:||P.U.P.A. Gilbert, Willy Haeberli|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2011-07-13|