Hey, Just started studying this chapter and everything is just floating around my head. Im self studying Newton's Laws of motion and I'm having trouble imagining and getting used to it. Like i can't get a feel of force or momentum. I hope you get what I mean even though it sounds wired. You know like one would clearly know what velocity and acceleration is. So what I made out is Force is the rate of change of momentum, and impulse is the change in momentum. I can use the formulas and the equations of motion to solve most of the numericals in the beginning. But i really love physics and I like to properly understand things from the core up, but unfortunately my brain can't interpret these concepts. Can you please tell me how you interpret these concepts physically and make sense of them all. I'd like to squeeze in a quick question: What's the best way to self study physics to master concepts like be really good and be able to solve all the problems. Like im ready to put in as much time and effort it takes and sacrifice anything I have to. The current way I do it I end up with a lot of doubts which takes 2-3 days to understand on my own.(the reason why i came here to reduce that) and if a tough problem comes which I haven't practiced before im not really able to solve it indicating my concepts aren't really that clear which implies to the fact that I have a fault in my study structure. Thanks.