Any recommendations on books to help with a high school physics class? I'm starting that in a few months and I'd like to get acquainted with the basic concepts before I start school. Any help is appreciated thanks
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I think the best book for an absolutely introductory level is Giangoli's Physics. Non the less, if you want to get into the more exciting parts of classical physics I would recomend the first volume of Saveliev's Coures on General Physics (a russian book that I've got in spanish if you are interested)
If you live in India, then, Concepts of Physics by prof. H C Verma is the best one.
If you want more cool reference books on physics, you can go to the website www.mirtitles.org. You'll even get good books for mathematics on this website.
And once you learn everything in physics, General problems in physics by I.E.Irodov is a very good book for practice.