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Bayou Tiger

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Hey, everyone. I just found this board tonight, and I would definitely appreciate some insight on physics reference and learning materials.

Can anybody recommend a good self-taught book (or set of books) for physics? Recently I renewed an interest in physics (as kind of a hobby), and I am looking for something more rigorous than an introductory college text. For now, I would like to focus strictly on classical physics to review, reinforce, and fill in some of the gaps at an intermediate level. Hopefully there is something available with a good blend of conceptual and mathematical. Any ideas?

Backgroud

- Full-time engineer

- BS in Eng, currently working on MS

- Intro physics, circuits, materials, statics, dynamics in college (math up to partial differentials with some vector calc)

- Intuitive thinker but like to calibrate intuition with equations

Thanks in advance!

Can anybody recommend a good self-taught book (or set of books) for physics? Recently I renewed an interest in physics (as kind of a hobby), and I am looking for something more rigorous than an introductory college text. For now, I would like to focus strictly on classical physics to review, reinforce, and fill in some of the gaps at an intermediate level. Hopefully there is something available with a good blend of conceptual and mathematical. Any ideas?

Backgroud

- Full-time engineer

- BS in Eng, currently working on MS

- Intro physics, circuits, materials, statics, dynamics in college (math up to partial differentials with some vector calc)

- Intuitive thinker but like to calibrate intuition with equations

Thanks in advance!

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