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hi
im new to this forum, i yust registered, and i think is great forum, the best and wery helpfull

im on a physics and informatics colledge, i need to pass classical mechanics (i have some dificulties with it), so i have a question does somebody know some good book about classical mechanics (with kinematics, statics, dinamics, fluids)(i' d prefear theat goes from bottom and theat is wery good in explaining)?

thx
 
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If you want incredibly excrutiating mathematical detail go for Greiners classical mechanics. It is dead boring though and probably not very good as a introduction.

If you want a good introduction I liked the chapters for mechanics in "university physics" by Young and Freedman.
 
Hey, i am new to this forum.i dont know how to continue with things here.pls someone suggests me how to use this forum in a better way.
i want a good book on classical mechanics containing good numerical problem .i want to practice from that.please smeone suggest some good books,thanx.
 
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i guess Classical Mechanics by Prof Klepner will be great. well i am new too and i looking forward to this forum.
 
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If you need to get up to speed, French's Newtonian Mechanics is at a level between freshman physics and, say, a book like Symon.

There was a https://www.amazon.com/dp/0070602328/?tag=pfamazon01-20, but it seems to be long out of print.
 
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im new here too.. wht wud u say about I E IRODOV for mechanics problems...herd its quite gud...
 

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