I'm finishing my first semester in my university and I'm going to need a good physics text book to help me out at home. I'm starting to see integrals so I guess I can defend myself a little math wise, by the time I start my second semester (that's when I'll really need the book) I'm gonna know a little bit more, sooo, what physics textbook do you guys recommend? My profesor recommended me that tippens book but I thinck it's no gonna be enough for what i'm going to have to learn. What do you guys think about Zemanskys, Halliday and Resnick, and Klepper (the books obviously). I can't really by any really uncommon books since they are almost imposible to buy here where I live.