So these days I have been working through the problems contained in the book Introduction to classical mechanics by D. Morins. I will say I really liked the problems. Apart from some problems with solutions, the book contains over 350 exercise problems with no solutions. So I was thinking we could make a solution manual for the book.
Facts about the book
The problems in the book, have different stars labeled on them;
- 1-star(plenty) - requires good concept of the subject to solve.
- 2-star(plenty) - excellent grasp of the topic
- 3-star(scarce) - profound mastery of the subject
- 4-star(very rare) - the Harvard professors who created the book, won't give them to their students.
The problems are excellent, and have the Brilliant.org feel to them. I was hoping that every week, I will post a couple of the problems, and after gathering ideas and solutions, One solution will be selected (maybe more if they have different approaches), for that particular problem. In a sense it would be a Brilliant.org solution manual.
Please comment below, if you agree with the idea.
Mardokay has shared a link to the book.
And I have worked my way through some of the book, and if you have ideas not clear I would be happy to help.