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babaliaris

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**About Me:**

I'm an Electrical And Computer Engineer under graded student. The only physics we learn in the University in which I'm enrolled is Electromagnetics and nothing more. Well in high school we learned Classical Physics but i don't remember anything (Except some of Newton's motion equations)! Of course all the work i did by solving exercises weren't in vain. I believe if i read a proper book all of the work that i did in High school will return.

**What I'm looking For:**

So I'm looking for a book that will cover everything about Classical Physics (forces, motion, Newton's laws, oscillations, rotational motions, momentum, collision crashes, waves, etc...) and maybe some electromagnetic stuff. I don't know if waves are part of Classical Physics but i remember learning them in High school. I also remember learning Balances of materials in high school but i can't remember the correct terminology about it in Physics. So is there a good book (not a priority but i would like a Greek copy of it) about all these stuff that will contain both historical background and the mathematical concepts with a very good construction, aimed for people not only for reading but learning how to solve problems of that kind. Also notice that when i say mathematical concepts i don't mean for example what an integrate is but all the formulas and stuff you need to know about a specific topic in physics like Newton's laws.

**Mathematical Background:**

Also please consider that i have a good background in mathematics (algebra, basic linear algebra, calculus, and some really really basic knowledge about 3D space vectors). I'm bad in geometry :(

Thank you and excuse my grammar :p