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Priyo137

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I have been taught topics in high school circling around Newtonian mechanics and some basics of work and energy, waves, geometric optics, current and circuits and some poor electrostatics and unclear concepts of modern physics.

I realize that I have significant weak areas in Physics and I aim to self study (only as a passion, I think). I think I should move to Electromagnetism or something else. I have learnt quite mathematics (from algebra topics to calculus, matrix, coordinate geometry and complex numbers etc.).

Whenever I've tried to learn new topics other than mechanics problems like electrostatics, I find hardly any beginner level problems to practice (they seem much hard and take hours to find an answer).

I think there should be a solution to (1) the choice of topics to learn an overview of Physics and (2) the way to find good problems to start with in those topics.

I realize that I have significant weak areas in Physics and I aim to self study (only as a passion, I think). I think I should move to Electromagnetism or something else. I have learnt quite mathematics (from algebra topics to calculus, matrix, coordinate geometry and complex numbers etc.).

Whenever I've tried to learn new topics other than mechanics problems like electrostatics, I find hardly any beginner level problems to practice (they seem much hard and take hours to find an answer).

I think there should be a solution to (1) the choice of topics to learn an overview of Physics and (2) the way to find good problems to start with in those topics.

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