Sites with Math/Physics problems

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Crake
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Hey guys,

I'm looking for a site like brilliant.org or better yet, projecteuler.net. This last one is directed to solving problems by using a computer.

I'm looking for a site like projecteuler, with problems answerable by hand/pencil.

Does anyone know of a site like that? It could also be a book, if there isn't any good site.

EDIT: This is not supposed to be on academic guidance. I already reported this thread, to be moved to the right forum.
 
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MathJakob
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Hey guys,

I'm looking for a site like brilliant.org or better yet, projecteuler.net. This last one is directed to solving problems by using a computer.

I'm looking for a site like projecteuler, with problems answerable by hand/pencil.

Does anyone know of a site like that? It could also be a book, if there isn't any good site.

EDIT: This is not supposed to be on academic guidance. I already reported this thread, to be moved to the right forum.

Pro tip: Universities in England are completely open, you can walk into any lecture, take copies of lecture notes / problem sheets, sit down and watch the lecture just like all the students who pay. The only downside being that you can't get a lecturer to mark your work (obviously) and you don't get a degree (obviously) but it's by far the best free way to get a 'university education'

Best of luck!
 
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Crake
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Pro tip: Universities in England are completely open, you can walk into any lecture, take copies of lecture notes / problem sheets, sit down and watch the lecture just like all the students who pay. The only downside being that you can't get a lecturer to mark your work (obviously) and you don't get a degree (obviously) but it's by far the best free way to get a 'university education'

Best of luck!

What? No. I'm already working on my "university education". I'm a physics major.
 
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Saitama
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What? No. I'm already working on my "university education". I'm a physics major.

For books, you can look for Problems in General Physics by I.E.Irodov. Its quite challenging.
 
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Enigman
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I just troll around google for pdfs of hw/exams from different universities...
filetype:pdf/ps <topic> hw/ assignment/ lectures

The Schaum series is good for practice too.
 

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