Hey guys,can u say what are the prerequisites for referring to MATHS books like mathmatical circles,hall and knight maths,aurthur engel's problem solving stratrgies,The Art and Craft of Problem Solving by Paul Zeitz,Number Theory by George Andres..... aND PHYSICS BOOKS like eridov’physics,Lunn's "First Course in Mechanics,Feynman's Lectures Vol. 1,Knight's book for "Scientists and Engineers. Please reply soonn!!need help

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TopNewestFor Arthur engles problem solving statergies , you will require mathematical circles , any number theory book , ,The Art and Craft of Problem Solving , and for geometry part of it , kiran kedalya geometry unbound will sit best.

I bought the book year ago , when i know very less things , i got frustated when i started the book , Then read all these left books (books i mentioned) and started a month before :D Now its is really pleasing to do problems from Arthur Engel''s book.

Since you are indian i recommend you Excursion in mathematics , Challenge and thrill in mathematics ( as these are easily available books) For number theory read David M bruton book ( google it , you will get all these books except challenge and thrill ,excursion on net)

Best of luck :) – Shivang Jindal · 4 years, 5 months ago

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– Somesh Rout · 4 years, 5 months ago

Thnx dude,And by the way have u participated RMO or INMO. Or are u preparing for it....And also bruton's book would sufficient for number theoryLog in to reply

– Shivang Jindal · 4 years, 5 months ago

RMO , INMO ( i don;t think , that i would get select this time) I will be again preparing for it after the 10th examsLog in to reply

– Somesh Rout · 4 years, 5 months ago

but how r u preparing..Log in to reply

I am not sure about others but i m solving hall and knight's, fennyman and irodov.. u just need to have a little knowledge of basic mathematics like a bit of calculus, sets, inequalities, functions, etc. but u should have an excellent grip on vectors for solving physics books... Hall and knight's is self explaining book, first u read theory and then u do problems, so its not problematic.. i hope it helps.. – Toshi Parmar · 4 years, 5 months ago

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– Somesh Rout · 4 years, 5 months ago

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Well this question is interesting to answer..so 1.Mathematical Circles - No prerequisites required.Nothing at all.You'll love this book i'm sure. 2.Hall and Knight - All the parts are explained thoroughly.Basic maths will do. 3.The Art and Craft of Problem Solving - I've gone through some parts of it.It ain't that tough. Don't know about the rest but my friends say that Ierdov's book requires excellent concepts in physics. – Soham Chanda · 4 years, 5 months ago

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– Somesh Rout · 4 years, 5 months ago

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