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**complete**mathematical derivations, good

**well-written**physics explanation, and large breadth in terms of subject matter. In other words, what's the best Classical Mechanics book out there?

Thanks in advance guys = )

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Xian

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Thanks in advance guys = )

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If you're interested in Lagrangian mechanics too, David Morin's

Having said that, every physics student's library should also include the Feynman Lectures, and the Landau and Lifgarbagez

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Is there a solutions manual to kleppner and kolenkow book?

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Is there a solutions manual to kleppner and kolenkow book?

Yes. Many. Unfortunately, every one of us writes our own.

Be especially wary of the one with the trash can suspended by a column of water. The problem statement confuses kilograms and Newtons.

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