It's called Fundamentals of Physics, by David Halliday and Robert Resnick. Can anyone tell me if this is a good book to learn from or not? I felt that it didn't go over the concepts thorougly enough, and I had to figure out the concepts all on my own. But I couldn't, so I dropped the class and left the course on the backburner until another semester. It wasn't entirely the book's fault, though. I also had a professor who glossed over the concepts much too quickly, and didn't give me much time to copy down the notes and learn from them at the same time. It was a fast-paced course; I was wondering if other introductory physics courses are like this. If they are, then I'm scared that I won't be able to be an engineering major, if a lower division course is kicking my butt. I don't know if I should blame the book or not. Because in my opinion, that's a childish thing to do. What do you think? Maybe I should start self-studying physics so that I'm able to take it? Or perhaps this is the pace of many engineering courses and that I'm not cut out for this field?