WileyPLUS course:
Fundamentals of Physics Extended, 10th Edition
David Halliday, Robert Resnick, Jearl Walker
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Prepare & Present

  • Course Materials to help you personalize lessons and optimize your time, including:
    • Instructor's Manual
    • Instructor's Solutions Manual
    • Testbank - questions available for assignment within WileyPLUS, for download (word and pdf), and as a Computerized Test Bank
    • Lecture Notes PowerPoint TM Slides
    • Classroom Response System (Clicker) Questions
    • Image Gallery
    • Guide to Video Demonstrations

Read, Study & Practice

  • Complete online version of the textbook included
  • Relevant, student study tools and learning resources to ensure positive learning outcomes, including:
    • NEW! Video Illustrations- more clearly presents concepts involving motion than a static image
    • Animations based on key illustrations
    • Concept simulations and questions
    • Additional problems not found in the text
    • Student Solutions Manual
    • Video Physics Demonstrations
    • Office Hours videos, created by Jearl Walker, including:
    • Video sample problems
    • Video mini- lectures- discussions of key concept and topics
    • Math help videos
  • Links to real world application examples from The Flying Circus of Physics
  • Interactive LearningWare problems
  • Interactive Physics Simulations
  • Algebra and Trigonometry review (Chapter 0) provides just in time reviews for select mathematical topics


  • NEW! Vector Drawing Questions- conceptual learning tool to help students solve problems on forces
  • Guided Online (GO) Tutorial problems- teaches concept recognition by identifying the "Key Idea" and builds transferable problem solving skills
  • Video solutions
  • Immediate feedback to boost confidence and help students see a return on investment for each study session.
  • Pre-created activities to encourage learning outside of the classroom, including:
    • Question Assignments
    • Reading Assignments
    • Reading Quizzes


  • Study Objective reporting delivers an individualized report on how that student has been doing against each study objective that's been covered within a specific assignment. It enables students to determine where they should focus their time.
  • Instructors can see students' performance on assignments and identify problem areas at a glance.

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