Hello everyone, I just graduated from college, but I never took introductory physics. Of course, this lead to some "interesting" situations (learning about friction and torque in classical mechanics, for instance). Since I'm going to graduate school, I'm purchasing textbooks, but I have absolutely NO idea what are some good introductory books that I can use for quick referencing. Do you have any suggestions? Also, since I will more than likely be a TA, do you have any suggestions for how to teach the class? What was your course like? I only have my upper level courses to compare to, and I doubt that intro is even close to similar to those. Thanks! P.S. Yeah, I know it's weird I missed out on intro physics. I changed majors and had a contract where I had to be out in 4 years. The department thought I would be better off being "thrown in the fire" into upper levels instead of taking intro and skimping on upper level courses. I agree with them.