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Mastering the subject at the intermediate level is not easy, and we encourage students to discuss what they are learning with other students and with their instructors at every opportu­nity. Learning and doing physics has a social component. One learns much more from such discussions than by reading a textbook alone.Pollack-Stump - Electromagnetism
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