hi everyone. for the summer, i'm planning to go through the first book in the landau/lifgarbagez series, which is mechanics i believe. I am wondering about the prerequisites for being able to successfully understand the material (physics, math, etc.) my background: I took ap physics c: mechanics (calc-based introductory mechanics) a couple of years ago. I did pretty well in the class, got As and 5 on the test. but I havent taken a physics class since, and i mightve gotten pretty rusty. shouldn't be too hard to get me back up to speed though. i have taken calc 1-3 and linear algebra. i am taking differential equations (basic ODE) right now. do I have sufficient background to plow through landau? or should I read a relatively easier textbook (suggestions?) first?