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how can i understand physics easily ?

MIT 8.01 Physics I Classical Mechanics, Fall 1999
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You can start by reading 'For The Love Of Physics' by Prof Walter H.G. Lewin. This book will make you see world in a new light. And yeah, you'd start craving for more.
Physics is every phenomena that happens in front of our naked eyes. Its something that may happen visiblely or not. You can always start by going to the library and read the articles that are related to physics. it may help to boost you interest in physics.
You have to start with theory part of any topic and then proceed with substantial amount of Numerical on that topic from any standard texts.. this will boost your knowledge and interest...reading Biography and others fascinating views about physics is just a dilemma,you have to work with your own interior interest...

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