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Book for physics

  1. Oct 27, 2003 #1
    I am having a real hard time solving the problems but I have a good concept of how everything works (thanks to reading the chapters 4 times!!!). So is there a book that will help me pull the information out of the homework questions to help me solve some of these homework problems. What I need is a book that will overcome a poor instructor, does this exist?

    Thanks
     
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  3. Oct 28, 2003 #2
    sounded like me in my first eng physics class...VERY poor instructor, coupled with a poor physics book

    i got a couple books, but unfortunately, didnt really help me much.

    luckily, i got by ... my scores averaged at most 45%, but with huge curve, was a B ..... to me, that was a sign of either too hard of material for the class, or poor instructor. i think it was a mix of both, more on the instructor though. grrr
     
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