Kleppner's and french's mechanics, are there any other challenging books?

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are there other tough newtonian & relativity mechanics books besides daniel kleppner's intro to mechanics and french's two volumes of mit series?
i mean with respect to the problems.
 

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no other books are as tough as those?
it's really upsetting that i don't have those in my library.:grumpy:
 
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You will not, in my humble opinion, find any book better than Kleppner and Kolenkow's "An Introduction To Mechanics."
 
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Are there any solutions to problems in the back of these books?
 
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Well an excellent problem book is Irodov's :cool:
 
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Are there any solutions to problems in the back of these books?
Many of the problems in K&K include answers at the end of the problem so it is easy to check your work.
 
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your replies are appreciated.
at the moment, my only hope to take a chance to glance at kleppner's book is with my brother.
i hope he could find it, although with my luck he wo'nt.

thanks, anyway.
 

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