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Source for HARD Dynamics problems?

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This is more of a question for study purposes...I've been studying a little bit for my Dynamics exam, but I just don't feel like doing these problems is going to prepare me for the exam well. Does anyone know of a good online source for dynamics problems?
 

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What is dynamics? Is that something like classical mechanics?
 
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Haha - sorry - it's the study of motion. So kinematics, kinetcs, newton, etc
 
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There is a good mechanics book by Landau that could probably check out from your university/college library.

Thornton and Marion have a pretty good basic book called "Classical Dynamics." I've looked at Poole and Goldstein's "Classical Mechanics," but only as a reference; still it seemed good.

I doubt you will find much of anything online.
 
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Haha, those are tough books. Is this an engineering mechanics course?? If so, then i recommend Greenwood's Book Classical Dynamics.
 

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