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Classical Mechanics book.

  1. Oct 25, 2011 #1
    Im pretty good at Mechanics but I need a "feel good" book which can complement and help me strengthen my concepts of mechanics very well. I like thorough explanations so I can be conceptually good and in a position to attempt most questions. Also needs to have good worked examples. Please let me know if there's a particular book which stands out above the rest because i already have a few.

    Also Im pretty weak at "relative velocity" Is there a video lecture or again a book which explains this thoroughly? I can at times attempt and solve the problems but I just dont feel like im conceptually strong.

    -Thanks
     
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