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Worthy Undergrad Physics Extra Help Literature?

  1. Oct 11, 2008 #1
    Recently I've been asked to help someone out with their undergrad physics, I'm assuming non-calculus to minor calculus based. Since it's fall it's probably classical mechanics, which I'd love to help but they are long distance so I wouldn't be able to spend time with them. Is there any literature out there, ie. Physics for Dummies, that undergrads tend to find pretty useful?

    I would give him my Halliday Resnick Walker since I think they're the best undergrad first semester physics books in the world but I know plenty of students who had trouble communicating with it.

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