Good Book(s) to Refresh Physics I & II?

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I have a handful of eBooks, but trying to figure out what one(s) would be best to refresh myself on Physics I and II. I see Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday & Resnick in my collection, and from what I remember, it's one of the better ones, right? Also, assuming that's the case, it looks like this book has all I need for both Physics I and II, right? Looks like half covers I, and half covers II. Just want to make sure it fully covers both (comparable to the curriculum in a typical physics course). Please let me know, or if you have a better suggestion than this one, please let me know as well. I appreciate it.
 
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It’s good.
 
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I used H&R as a first-year undergraduate more than 50 years ago. I used it in my first post-PhD teaching job, 40 years ago. There are other textbooks at the same level. When I retired, the college where I taught used Serway & Mosca. It's basically a matter of personal preference, which one "clicks" with you , either as a professor or as a student.
 
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