Can anyone recommend a good physics book which explains the concepts very well and has a good set of questions?
4 years, 7 months ago
Well there are 2 books of Resnick Halliday- Crane and Walker. Which one is better?
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What? Could you post up a link?
A great book to start with is An Introduction to Mechanics by Kleppner and Kolenkow if you have a strong background of mathematics.
Read HC Verma, Resnick Halliday and then you can prefer "General Physics" by I.E. Irodov for expertise in solving problems. You can also study books by DC Pandey or Tipler.
go for bm sharmas books for clear concepts and problems and for advanced problems go in for cengage advanced problems in school physics
Go for Resnick & Halliday - the content is clear and the illustrations are divine. HCV is good for making your base strong. Once you get confident try problems from Irodov, don't get discouraged if you don't get a few problems from Irodov, because they are really difficult!
Go for HC Verma, Resnick Halliday(Fundamentals of Physics), and University Physics...... these are the best books.....