How far away is a star? How do we even know how far away one is? How do we know the charge of a single electron?
Physics is fascinating. It is also complicated and can seem unapproachable. This book tries to address that by introducing dozens of physics concepts at a level that can be understood by anyone who made it through high school math. For many concepts, an interesting problem is included and worked through that shows how to apply the concept.
If you enjoy science or math and are interested in how we know the things we know about the world, you will probably like this book.
I went to school for physics, and have since worked as a teacher, researcher, and engineer. I enjoy problem solving, and hope that I can make others aware of how fascinating physics actually is.