I'm a junior in college about to take my first general calculus-based physics class and would like to know what's in store-as of philosophy,topics,mathematics,etc. By reading most of the threads on this forum I can tell many of you have went way beyond basic physics, so please describe what I need to already know before I begin. I'm guessing we will be talking about basic physical elements and forces, such as matter-motion-light-etc. Are there any good books that will give me a head-start in this class? Thanks. Dave W.