Conceptual Physics


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kuahji
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Nov6-08, 08:13 PM
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Are there any good books or website for conceptual physics? I don't seem to have any problem cranking out problems & for the most part I understand fundamental calculus based physics, but then a few conceptual questions will throw me off here & there... so yeah, are there any good supplements to the textbooks? Again, its just fundamental calculus based physics.
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Nov7-08, 01:09 AM
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Paul Hewitt wrote a textbook with that very title. I'd also suggest The Flying Circus of Physics (with answers) by Walker.
aniketp
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Nov7-08, 01:13 AM
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I guess you also might find Halliday Resnick Walker useful for theory. Use Irodov for conceptual problems.

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Nov7-08, 05:43 AM
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Conceptual Physics


Feynman's Lectures on Physics are conceptual. XD


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