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100 Solved Problems on Units, Dimensions and Measurement

100 Solved Problems on Units, Dimensions and Measurment

100 Solved Problems on Units, Dimensions and Measurement by Jitender Singh and Shraddhesh Chaturvedi will expose you to interesting problems on these topics. Problem selection, their arrangement and detailed solutions are three features of this book. We believe that solving tons of problems is a poor strategy for competitive examinations! Solve problems with necessary variability and complexity to enhance your understading and problems solving skills. We selected 100 such problems on units, dimensions and measurement for you!

The book is published by PsiPhiETC . Its average rating on Amazon is 5 out of 5 (from 2 reviews as on 27 January 2019). This book is available in Kindle eBook as well as Paperback (Print on Demand from formats. You can buy eBook on Amazon | Google Play | Paperback on | Amazon (USA).

The selection of 100 problems is really good. Problems are arranged in increasing order of difficulty and solutions gives detailed explanation. I Liked these problems!
Review on Amazon
Excellent book! Good attempt to incorporate almost all types of problems. More than enough for the students doing preparation at any level.
HK Bhalla, on Amazon

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About Authors

Jitender Singh is working as a Scientist in DRDO. He has a strong academic background with Integrated M. Sc. (5 years) in Physics from IIT Kanpur and M. Tech. in Computational Science from IISc Bangalore. He is All India Rank 1 holder in GATE and loves to solve physics problems.

Shraddhesh Chaturvedi holds a degree in Integrated M. Sc. (5 years) in Physics from IIT Kanpur. He is passionate about problem solving in physics and enhancing the quality of texts available to Indian students. His career spans many industries where he has contributed with his knowledge of physics and mathematics. An avid reader and keen thinker, his philosophical writings are a joy to read.

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