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I've been looking for a Calculus based Physics textbook to self-study over summer, so far I've already taken an algebraic based AP Physics course (this book:

https://www.amazon.com/Physics-Principles-Applications-Douglas-Giancoli/dp/0136119719"

But I didn't like Giancoli's book a whole lot, it was a little confusing until I got sort of used to it and the concepts still seem a little fuzzy. And so I was hoping someone could recommend me agoodCalculus based physics book, preferably one that covers as much material as possible and can be used for self-study (again since I'll be doing it over the summer).

Also if possible it would be great if someone could recommend me a college level Statistics book and whatever comes after highschool calculus

(I have already taken it [highschool calc]--used this book):

https://www.amazon.com/Calculus-Analytic-Geometry-Roland-Larson/dp/0669164062"

(great book by the way)

Thanks for the help!

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