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Help with Self-Studying

  1. Apr 8, 2014 #1
    I decided to self-study intermediate mechanics and chose Taylor Classical Mechanics as my textbook (not looking for alternate textbook suggestions because I like Taylor). Anyways I have a couple questions. Just to give you an idea of my background, I'm in AP Physics C but we finished mechanics a long time ago (at this point we're almost done with E&M) and I'm currently in differential equations.

    Any suggestions on deciding which problems to do?

    Thank you for taking the time to read this and hopefully also for answering some of my questions.

    Edit: Almost forgot a question.
    Would you suggest going through the book by Ch. 1,2,etc. until the end or read the chapters in a specific order?
     
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