|Oct28-09, 03:53 PM||#1|
Are there any good first-year physics books with LOTS of examples?
I'm looking for a good first-year undergraduate physics book that focuses on the fundamentals. I am looking for a book with LOTS of worked out examples, or even better, just a reference book filled with examples. My class moves very quickly and the prof barely has time for one example of everything, so that's the main reason I'm looking for such a book.
A book with a couple of challenging problems would be good too.
Thanks in advance.
|Nov2-09, 10:15 PM||#2|
One good book is the Physics Problem Solver.
|Nov5-09, 12:33 AM||#3|
thanks for the suggestion, that's exactly the kinda thing i'm looking for. i'll see if i can find it around.
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