Classical mechanics text recommendation

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I'm looking for a classical mechanics book that is heavily mathematical based, i've looked around a little however i'm lazy and don't want to buy a dud book. any recommendations would be great, thanks. (also i know theres 100000000000threads on text recom's however cant seem to find much ppl asking for heavily mathematical based ones)
 
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Mathematical Methods of Classical Mechanics - V. I. Arnold
 
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Classical Mechanics - Goldstein (third edition is by Goldstein, Poole and Safko). This is pretty much the standard text for the introductory course in classical mechanics at the graduate level.
 
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I'm looking for a classical mechanics book that is heavily mathematical based
What do you mean by "heavily mathematical based"?

Do you mean texts that use a differential geometry-based approach?
 

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