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Comments from users have always been of much help in revising The Physi- cal Universe. Detailed reviews of its thirteenth edition by the following teach- ers were especially valuable and are much appreciated:

Massimo Bertino, Virginia

Commonwealth University Muhammad Bhatti, University of

Texas Pan American Debra Burris, University of Central

Arkansas Francis Cobbina, Columbus State

Larry Mattix, Norfolk State University Terud Morishige, University of

Central Oklahoma Edgar Newman, Coastal Carolina

University James Pazun, Pfeiffer University Galen Pickett, California State

Community College Mahmoud Gassem, South Texas

University, Long Beach Tchao Podona, Miami Dade

College Shubo Han, Fayetteville State


College—North Kent Price, Morehead State University Bruce Schulte, Pulaski Technical

Gregg Jaeger, Boston University CGS Kari Lavalli, Boston University Hector Leal, University of Texas Pan

American Ari Maller, New York City College of

College Maria Tarafa, Miami-Dade College, Interamerica Rhonda Thompson, North Carolina A&T State University



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