Physics problems

Does anyone know any good problem solving books for physics? I mean books which don’t directly start with hard questions, but have easy questions which transition to more difficult ones. Maybe that’s too much... just a good problem solving book.

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Fundamentals of Physics

Zakir Husain - 4 weeks, 1 day ago

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tysm!

Rohan Joshi - 4 weeks ago

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Irodov problems in general physics is always amazing to help you fully understand physics concepts and most importantly apply them. Each section in Irodov starts with easier problems and ends with quite difficult problems.

Krotov's also great. Read HC Verma for concepts. The other extremely important resource is lectures. MIT OCW has a bunch of free lectures on physics and Walter Lewin's Youtube channel has all of his lectures on Classical Mechanics and Electricity and Magnetism.

Just look up the books online, I am 100% sure they are available as a pdf somewhere.

Krishna Karthik - 3 weeks, 5 days ago

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👍🏿

Rohan Joshi - 3 weeks, 5 days ago

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Is HC Verma available as pdf? If you know, pls send link as I can’t find it

Rohan Joshi - 3 weeks, 5 days ago

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If you look up HC Verma physics online, you may find a copy, all though there's a risk of malware lol

Krishna Karthik - 3 weeks, 5 days ago

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Hmm... actually it is rather hard to obtain free, sadly. Either way, it is not what you were looking for since you were looking for a collection of problems. So Irodov is best for you.

Krishna Karthik - 3 weeks, 5 days ago

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For more fun try "Feynman lectures on Physics" (Three volumes) :)

Dwaipayan Shikari - 3 weeks, 5 days ago

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I have those. I am looking for a book with problems in it too

Rohan Joshi - 3 weeks, 5 days ago

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