I'm nearly done with my first semester of college as an electrical engineering student. I'm doing pretty well other than in my physics class which I am struggling. I'm maintaining around a C+ right now. While it's passing, I know I can do much better. The class is late at night and I can't understand my professor well and my textbook "Fundamentals of Physics" by Halliday and Resnick doesn't help me all that much. It's not the worst textbook, but it seems quite abbreviated for my liking. Lots of equations but not too much explanation. It makes it very tough to learn or relearn information from lecture. Since my final will be soon, I'm looking for a decent book (or any resource) that might be better than this book. I'm basically looking for something that can teach me things from the ground up, and not as a supplement to a lecture. I'm also looking for something relatively inexpensive. Any ideas? Thanks.