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Great Textbook. Very to the point, lots of good problems. This book and Kleppners book are classics.Published 6 days ago by Raymond Juan Sanchez
I cannot deny that this book has a plethora of interesting problems to work through, so if that is what you are looking for, this is the book. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is an exceptional textbook for statics and dynamics. I regret not purchasing it when I was taking the course, because it is vastly superior to the recommended textbook we... Read morePublished 3 months ago by JaneDoe
This book is taught at a very high level for an intro mechanics textbook (I know people who used it for an "intermediate mechanics" class, it was my very first class in... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Somethingsomethingdarkside
Excellent coverage and hand-holding explanations of what will be, for most undergrad physics majors, their first truly difficult class. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Fred Burroughs
I enjoyed the book.
The chapters would derive everything that was needed but I wouldn't completely understand it until I muddled with the book for a while and did the... Read more
SOME EXPLANATIONS ARE LACKING CONTINUITY. A BIT HARDER FOR AVERAGE STUDENTS, BUT GOOD PROBLEM COLLECTIONS.Published 12 months ago by SRIPATHY
A lot of good problems and exercises to deepen your understanding of how the math applies to the physical reality.Published 13 months ago by Kaan Alp Yay