Hunus
  • Hunus
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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Hunus
  • Hunus
I would prefer that the problem sets be more difficult
anonymous
  • anonymous
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.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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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  • anonymous
Try Irodov's problems in physics for some really tough encounters with physics questions!

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