The Meat of The Lectures

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Hello everyone,
i am currently bedridden and bored out of my mind , thus i have started to watch all of the Walter Lewin lectures that were removed from MIT's OCW(on youtube). Right now i'm doing 8.01X, the lectures are truly fascinating however all of the course work comes from a textbook that i do not own. I was wondering if anyone here had some problem sets that might go with this course. I would really love to freshen up my mind by doing some grunt work. anything really would be much appreciated.

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yes however the assignments more often than not refer to the book used in the lectures. i was wondering if their was perhaps some free problems i could work through.
 
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Lewin's lectures and assignments are from 1999. Thus, they refer to an older edition of Ohanian which should be quite inexpensive. I'm not 100% sure, but I think Lewin's assignments are from Ohanian's 1994 Principles of Physics.

As to the question you asked, Ramamurti Shankar's Yale open course Fundamentals of Physics has all of the assignments available online in the course materials at http://oyc.yale.edu/physics/phys-200. The video lectures are also available there and on YouTube.
 

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