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Looking for a book with a lot of physics problems

  1. Sep 1, 2014 #1

    I will go back to school next year to start studying physics. For the moment, I am learning/reviewing maths with Khan Academy and the book of Mary Boas.

    Once I am good with the maths, I will start to review/learn physics (Khan Academy, Fundamental of Physics by Halliday and Resnick, Feynman's lecture).

    I would like to know if you could recommend one or more books containing a lot of problems in Physics with the solutions.

    Physics is a really wide topic so I guess I won't find a book with problems about everything related to physics. I tried to find some books and found some (apparently) really good like those one :


    Basically, one book for High school, one for Undergraduate and one for Graduate physics would be great or one book that would cover everything. Should I try to find books with problems related to a particular topic like electromagnetism, optic, ... instead ?

    I know that I could probably find problems to solve online but I travel a lot and I don't have access to a computer or even internet all the time so that's why I would prefer to find a book.

    Thank you.
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  3. Sep 1, 2014 #2


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  5. Sep 2, 2014 #4
    Thanks whyevengothere, I already found it after some research.
    Thanks jedishrfu too, I'll have a look. I will probably focus on books with problems for high school and early unergraduate until next year.
  6. Sep 2, 2014 #5


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  7. Sep 2, 2014 #6
    Thanks, I am already reading that when I have some free time. :)
  8. Sep 2, 2014 #7
    Thanks for this info
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