An introduction to mechanics solutions

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Hello,

Per your guidance I'm running through the 2nd edition of an introduction to mechanics. I'm only in the 1st chapter and all the problems are conceptual with no sign of answers. Does anyone know where I can find a manual? Or maybe an alternate source of problems with answers?
 

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berkeman
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Hello,

Per your guidance I'm running through the 2nd edition of an introduction to mechanics. I'm only in the 1st chapter and all the problems are conceptual with no sign of answers. Does anyone know where I can find a manual? Or maybe an alternate source of problems with answers?
Instructor solution manuals are only available to instructors. You would need to find a different textbook to study that has answers to half of the questions posted in the back of the book. :smile:
 
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Instructor solution manuals are only available to instructors. You would need to find a different textbook to study that has answers to half of the questions posted in the back of the book. :smile:
Can you recommend any place? I was thinking Exercises for The Feynman Lectures on Physics, but I'm not sure if that has answers either...

I would still prefer the same difficulty as K&K. I just need some form of answers to ensure I'm doing the problems correctly.
 
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