What Are Some Resources for Self-Studying Physics and Math?

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In summary, there are many resources available for self-studying physics and math. These include textbooks, online courses, practice problems, and interactive simulations. Some popular websites for self-studying include Khan Academy, Coursera, and MIT OpenCourseWare. It is also helpful to join online forums and study groups to discuss concepts and receive support from others. Additionally, using flashcards and creating study schedules can aid in organization and retention of material. It is important to set clear goals and stay motivated while self-studying these subjects. With dedication and the right resources, anyone can successfully learn and understand physics and math on their own.
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RonBackal
Hello!
I like to join the community of enthusiastic learners. I am self-studying some physics and math- i.e. analysis, math for machine learning, and trying to wrap my mind around lagrangians(with pseudo-success ...)
Cheers!
 
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Welcome to PhysicsForums, Ron! :smile:
 

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