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Book for general physics

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venky56
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Nov25-08, 03:28 AM
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i am an engineering graduate. i have a special interest in physics. After my school, i never touched physics.
could anyone suggest me a book best for physics,plz?
It should cover all the general physics concepts in detail and easily understandable. It should act as a ALL IN ONE for me......
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wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Feynman_Lectures_on_Physics
http://www.feynmanlectures.info/ (although one might have to reread some sections many times to appreciate it)
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"Theoretical Physics" by Georg Joos

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Book for general physics

I think "Advanced Physics" from Oxford is a good book. Check it out at Amazon.


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