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Nov23-10, 06:23 AM
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Quote Quote by Sum1 View Post
One can find hundreds of free and paid video lectures, articles and (e)books as physics learning materials and probably a few animations, but is there a complete training software to present you the laws of physics, their relations etc with interactive animations and interactive problems guiding and checking the student step-by-step? (I'm mostly interested on classical mechanics)
Not that I'm aware of. Probably because what you call "old-fashioned" and "inefficient" happens to be flexible, reliable, and time-tested. Pick up a book, watch some lectures, and then try and do some problems. If you can't do them, that's a built-in feedback mechanism that says you haven't grasped the material.

Physics is difficult enough without being pigeonholed by a software-based platform.