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i may suggest fall 1999 they are good but i hav never watch 2010
okay,but i couldnt find problem sets in 1999 and there is only less videos in 2010
ya that is why i hav suggested 1999 no need of problem set our indian walter lewin or hc verma is good enough in giving hard core problem
but raj,even after reading HCV,i am not getting conceptual depth..why?how should i study that book..people say it is a complete book for IIT JEE and i understand each line..but cant solve problems
For conceptual depth, I suggest reading 'Fundamentals of physics- Halliday, Resnick & Walker' and watching those lectures. HCV is the best as far as problems (for JEE) are concerned. Practice is the only way you can master problems.
@rajathsbhat how to read them conceptually?
what do you mean?
@rajathsbhat i mean just reading them like novels is not enough
@rajathsbhat i mean from newtons first law i know f=0=>a=0..is it conceptual depth?
@UnkleRhaukus MIT Prof right?
yes, walter leuin is a great MIT professor
@UnkleRhaukus its Walter Lewin
ah yeah , i should get his name right ,
which lecture series are you gonna watch
i mean which subject?
@UnkleRhaukus Classical physics
I watched Walter Lewin when I took electricity & magnetism.