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This post has uncanny similarity with the following

https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/international-math-and-physics-high-school-books.869324/

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I am asking this to not fail in other countries I want the books that are confirmed from the international physics departement as the best books for high school grade 9-10-11-12

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I am asking this to not fail in other countries I want the books that are confirmed from the international physics departement as the best books for high school grade 9-10-11-12

There are no such books. You're asking the wrong questions. You should tell us what your goal is. You should tell us your current knowledge. Then you should ask for the best books which would take you towards your goal given your current knowledge. You seem overly focused on some kind of "international system", which doesn't exist.

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+1There are no such books. You're asking the wrong questions. You should tell us what your goal is. You should tell us your current knowledge. Then you should ask for the best books which would take you towards your goal given your current knowledge. You seem overly focused on some kind of "international system", which doesn't exist.

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I am in grade 11 when I will finish high school I am going to study physics at university in USA (I am not fro USA) all I need is the best physics text books for grade 9-10-11-12 and the best math textbooks for each of these grades because physics and math books in my country (middle east) are not good compared to USA so I will go to university with a lot of thing that I haven't seen them in my high school books . So I think USA has the best physics and math books curriculum in the world I want the books used in high school there and if its not USA then which country ? And what are the books used there ?There are no such books. You're asking the wrong questions. You should tell us what your goal is. You should tell us your current knowledge. Then you should ask for the best books which would take you towards your goal given your current knowledge. You seem overly focused on some kind of "international system", which doesn't exist.

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So I think USA has the best physics and math books curriculum in the world

Think twice there. The usual US high schools are not very good. And the average US university is not good. There are many European or Asian universities which are definitely up to par or even better than US universities. Not to mention that they're a LOT cheaper. But ok, your dream is to go to US universities. Sure. I'm not going to answer your question because I don't know which books they use in the US high schools (they're probably very bad books), and because I don't think you're asking the right question.

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I want the physics book for grade 9 that can contain all to let me be ready for higher . what's wrong with this question ? Forgot about USA . IT can be from any countryThink twice there. The usual US high schools are not very good. And the average US university is not good. There are many European or Asian universities which are definitely up to par or even better than US universities. Not to mention that they're a LOT cheaper. But ok, your dream is to go to US universities. Sure. I'm not going to answer your question because I don't know which books they use in the US high schools (they're probably very bad books), and because I don't think you're asking the right question.

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I personally think all physics books from high school are crap. You're better off going with a university textbook.

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so it's better to finish high school using books of my country (middle east) then get a university textbook ?

I personally think all physics books from high school are crap. You're better off going with a university textbook.

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so it's better to finish high school using books of my country (middle east) then get a university textbook ?

No, it's better to get a university textbook right now if you're ready to handle it.

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and which one is good ?No, it's better to get a university textbook right now if you're ready to handle it.

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and which one is good ?

Sigh.... That's where you tell us your current background in physics in math. And no, saying you're in grade 11 is not a detailed explanation. Actually list the topics you know of math and physics.

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I think that it's not a lot of things that's why I want a high school book . physics : Newton laws , motion , DC ,AC voltage , waves , opticsSigh.... That's where you tell us your current background in physics in math. And no, saying you're in grade 11 is not a detailed explanation. Actually list the topics you know of math and physics.

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And math?

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vectors , linear system , scalar product , absolute value , trigonometric functions , cartesian productAnd math?

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vectors , linear system , scalar product , absolute value , trigonometric functions , cartesian product

You're really not putting in much effort in this, are you?

OK, so you know about trigonometry? Trig functions, trig identities, manipulation of trig identities, trig equations, applications to triangles and circles?

You know about analytic geometry? Equations of lines and planes? Dot product? Vectorial product?

Algebra? Solving polynomial equations? Solving inequalities? Roots, powers, logarithms? Parabolas and quadratic equations? Sketching functions? Systems of equations? Systems of inequalities?

Calculus? Limits? Derivatives? Integrals?

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yesYou're really not putting in much effort in this, are you?

OK, so you know about trigonometry? Trig functions, trig identities, manipulation of trig identities, trig equations, applications to triangles and circles?

You know about analytic geometry? Equations of lines and planes? Dot product? Vectorial product?

Algebra? Solving polynomial equations? Solving inequalities? Roots, powers, logarithms? Parabolas and quadratic equations? Sketching functions? Systems of equations? Systems of inequalities?

Calculus? Limits? Derivatives? Integrals?

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So you know all of what I listed?

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yesSo you know all of what I listed?

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Good! Then you should be able to handle a university physics book. You can either try Halliday & Resnick: https://www.amazon.com/dp/111823071X/?tag=pfamazon01-20 which gives a thorough introduction to all kinds of physics. This should cover all you see in high school and also the first few courses in university.

Or you can give yourself a challenge and try Kleppner and Kolenkow. This is the intro physics book at top universities. You seem to have the mathematical prerequisites already, so you can start the book! https://www.amazon.com/dp/0070350485/?tag=pfamazon01-20

Or you can give yourself a challenge and try Kleppner and Kolenkow. This is the intro physics book at top universities. You seem to have the mathematical prerequisites already, so you can start the book! https://www.amazon.com/dp/0070350485/?tag=pfamazon01-20

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okay thank youGood! Then you should be able to handle a university physics book. You can either try Halliday & Resnick: https://www.amazon.com/dp/111823071X/?tag=pfamazon01-20 which gives a thorough introduction to all kinds of physics. This should cover all you see in high school and also the first few courses in university.

Or you can give yourself a challenge and try Kleppner and Kolenkow. This is the intro physics book at top universities. You seem to have the mathematical prerequisites already, so you can start the book! https://www.amazon.com/dp/0070350485/?tag=pfamazon01-20

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