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I am in search of an alternate Physics book.

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I am currently an eleventh grade student attending high school and I must say, I have the worst Physics teacher at my school. It is very very hard to keep up with her and such. I am in look for a book that will help me understand the problems in greater depth. At the moment I am completely lost in Physics and hoping that this book will help me find my way back on track. I don't know what to call my course of Physics. I'm guessing it's general Physics. Thank you.
 

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You'll probably get better answers, but personally, I like Conceptual Physics by Paul Hewitt. I used it a year or so ago when I was just learning physics, and it teaches the concepts without teaching huge mathematical equations. After you get the concepts down, it's pretty simple to do the mathematics.
 
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Which book are you using now?
 
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I currently have the Holt Physics book provided by school.
 
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I want a book that is sort of like a Princeton Review book.
 

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