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I am finishing up Cal II and am curious if any of you have any good recommendations of some physics text books.

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I would prefer that the problem sets be more difficult
any specific subject? If you're looking for calculus-based freshman physics look no further than Physics, by Haliday/Resnick/Krane. Volumes one and two. And start reading the Feynman Lectures on physics.
If you want more difficult problem sets than that, Taylor's Classical Mechanics is excellent. It's not an introductory physics text, though.

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Try Irodov's problems in physics for some really tough encounters with physics questions!

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