Choose your 6th Edition Chapter:

1 Tape measure and timer to illustrate measurement
Chapter 1 - Introduction, Measurement, Estimating
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Chapter 2 - Describing Motion: Kinematics in One Dimension
3 Cannon on a cliff: physics of projectiles
Chapter 3: Kinematics in Two Dimensions; Vectors
4 Chapter 4 answers
Chapter 4 - Dynamics: Newton's Laws of Motion
5 Rotational Motion - spinning top
Chapter 5 - Circular Motion; Gravitation
6 Chapter 6 - Man Jumping
Chapter 6 - Energy
7 Chapter 7 - momentum picutre: bumper car
Chapter 7 - Linear Momentum
8 Figure skater: Giancoli 6th Edition, Chapter 8, Rotational Motion
Chapter 8 - Rotational Motion
9 Chapter 9 - Equilibrium - Dancer balancing on one arm
Chapter 9 - Bodies in Equilibrium; Elasticity and Fracture
10 Giancoli Chapter 10
Chapter 10 - Fluids
11 Physics student waving
Chapter 11 - Vibrations and Waves
12 Violin player demonstrating sound
Chapter 12 - Sound
13 Hand holding a thermometer
Chapter 13 - Temperature and Kinetic Theory
14 Getting heat from a campfire
Chapter 14 - Heat
15 Steam Engine
Chapter 15 - The Laws of Thermodynamics
16 Plasma ball to demonstrate the physics concept of electrostatics
Chapter 16 - Electric Charge and Electric Field
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Chapter 17 - Electric Potential
18 Chapter 18 - Electric currents - sparks between electrodes
Chapter 18 - Electric Currents
19 Chapter 19 - DC circuits - multimeter
Chapter 19 - DC Circuits
20 Physics: Earth's magnetic field
Chapter 20 - Magnetism
21 Giancoli thumbnail: Transformer on telephone pole
Chapter 21 - Electromagnetic Induction and Faraday's Law
22 Radio Telescope
Chapter 22 - Electromagnetic Waves
23 Woman looking through magnifying class
Chapter 23 - Geometric Optics
24 prism demonstrating dispersion of light
Chapter 24 - The Wave Nature of Light
25 Surgeons using microscopes to help see their operation
Chapter 25 - Optical Instruments
26 E=mc squared equation
Chapter 26 - Special Theory of Relativity
27 Bohr model of the atom
Chapter 27 - Early Quantum Theory and Models of the Atom
28 Neon sign demonstrates fluorescence
Chapter 28 - Quantum Mechanics of Atoms
29 Semiconductor wafer
Chapter 29 - Molecules and Solids
30 Archeologists use radioactive dating in their work
Chapter 30 - Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity
31 MRI machine and patient
Chapter 31 - Nuclear Energy; Effects and Uses of Radiation
32 Particle accelerator in Grenoble, France
Chapter 32 - Elementary Particles
33 Microwave background anisotropy
Chapter 33 - Astrophysics and Cosmology