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Q&A Book suggestion for Classical Mechanics

1 answer  ·  posted 1y ago by deleted user  ·  last activity 1y ago by deleted user

#7: Question reopened by user avatar Mithrandir24601‭ · 2021-08-24T18:31:55Z (about 1 year ago)
#6: Post edited by user avatar Mithrandir24601‭ · 2021-08-24T18:31:49Z (about 1 year ago)
  • <h6>Since, there's no book category currently so, I am asking it here. And, It can be moved to that category later. I want to start learning now so, I don't want to wait.</h6>
  • <hr/>
  • Which book is best for Classical Mechanics? I have studied Classical Mechanics little bit. But, I want a book which explains theories step by step (It's OK if that book has GR topic). I want that book to prove formulas (theories) step by step. I had studied some book but, those books don't explain theories properly, those books mostly for solving problem. I had completed most of topic in Classical Mechanics (didn't prove theories/equations).
  • What I have completed :
  • 1. Laws of Motion, 2 dimensional motion.
  • 2. Force
  • 3. Sounds
  • 4. Heat (not completely) (little bit of Thermodynamics).
  • 5. Reflection, Refraction.
  • 6. Special Relativity.
  • 7. General Relativity (I just can explain how Gravity works nothing else).
  • 8. Work
  • 9. Power
  • 10. Electricity.
  • 11. Harmonic Motion
  • Now, studying Lagrangian mechanism in Goldstein's Classical Mechanics book.
  • <hr/>
  • <h6>I was reading Introduction to Classical Mechanics by David Morin, that book was little bit hard to understand. So, I am reading Classical Mechanics by John R. Taylor. It's little bit easy (but not too much).</h6>
  • <h6>Since, there's no book category currently so, I am asking it here. And, It can be moved to that category later. I want to start learning now so, I don't want to wait.</h6>
  • <hr/>
  • Which book is best for Classical Mechanics? I have studied Classical Mechanics little bit. But, I want a book which explains theories step by step (It's OK if that book has GR topic). I want that book to prove formulas (theories) step by step. I had studied some book but, those books don't explain theories properly, those books mostly for solving problem. I had completed most of topic in Classical Mechanics (didn't prove theories/equations).
  • What I have completed :
  • 1. Laws of Motion, 2 dimensional motion.
  • 2. Force
  • 3. Sounds
  • 4. Heat (not completely) (little bit of Thermodynamics).
  • 5. Reflection, Refraction.
  • 6. Special Relativity.
  • 7. General Relativity (I just can explain how Gravity works nothing else).
  • 8. Work
  • 9. Power
  • 10. Electricity.
  • 11. Harmonic Motion
  • Now, studying Lagrangian mechanism in Goldstein's Classical Mechanics book.
  • <hr/>
  • I was reading Introduction to Classical Mechanics by David Morin, that book was little bit hard to understand. So, I am reading Classical Mechanics by John R. Taylor. It's little bit easy (but not too much).
#5: Post edited by user avatar deleted user · 2021-08-24T09:29:25Z (about 1 year ago)
  • <h6>Since, there's no book category currently so, I am asking it here. And, It can be moved to that category later. I want to start learning now so, I don't want to wait.</h6>
  • <hr/>
  • Which book is best for Classical Mechanics? I have studied Classical Mechanics little bit. But, I want a book which explains theories step by step (It's OK if that book has GR topic). I want that book to prove formulas (theories) step by step. I had studied some book but, those books don't explain theories properly, those books mostly for solving problem. I had completed most of topic in Classical Mechanics (didn't prove theories/equations).
  • What I have completed :
  • 1. Laws of Motion, 2 dimensional motion.
  • 2. Force
  • 3. Sounds
  • 4. Heat (not completely) (little bit of Thermodynamics).
  • 5. Reflection, Refraction.
  • 6. Special Relativity.
  • 7. General Relativity (I just can explain how Gravity works nothing else).
  • 8. Work
  • 9. Power
  • 10. Electricity.
  • Now, studying Lagrangian mechanism in Goldstein's Classical Mechanics book.
  • <hr/>
  • <h6>I was reading Introduction to Classical Mechanics by David Morin, that book was little bit hard to understand. So, I am reading Classical Mechanics by John R. Taylor. It's little bit easy (but not too much).</h6>
  • <h6>Since, there's no book category currently so, I am asking it here. And, It can be moved to that category later. I want to start learning now so, I don't want to wait.</h6>
  • <hr/>
  • Which book is best for Classical Mechanics? I have studied Classical Mechanics little bit. But, I want a book which explains theories step by step (It's OK if that book has GR topic). I want that book to prove formulas (theories) step by step. I had studied some book but, those books don't explain theories properly, those books mostly for solving problem. I had completed most of topic in Classical Mechanics (didn't prove theories/equations).
  • What I have completed :
  • 1. Laws of Motion, 2 dimensional motion.
  • 2. Force
  • 3. Sounds
  • 4. Heat (not completely) (little bit of Thermodynamics).
  • 5. Reflection, Refraction.
  • 6. Special Relativity.
  • 7. General Relativity (I just can explain how Gravity works nothing else).
  • 8. Work
  • 9. Power
  • 10. Electricity.
  • 11. Harmonic Motion
  • Now, studying Lagrangian mechanism in Goldstein's Classical Mechanics book.
  • <hr/>
  • <h6>I was reading Introduction to Classical Mechanics by David Morin, that book was little bit hard to understand. So, I am reading Classical Mechanics by John R. Taylor. It's little bit easy (but not too much).</h6>
#4: Post edited by user avatar deleted user · 2021-08-24T07:17:21Z (about 1 year ago)
  • <h6>Since, there's no book category currently so, I am asking it here. And, It can be moved to that category later. I want to start learning now so, I don't want to wait.</h6>
  • <hr/>
  • Which book is best for Classical Mechanics? I have studied Classical Mechanics little bit. But, I want a book which explains theories step by step (It's OK if that book has GR topic). I want that book to prove formulas (theories) step by step. I had studied some book but, those books don't explain theories properly, those books mostly for solving problem.
  • <hr/>
  • <h6>I was reading Introduction to Classical Mechanics by David Morin, that book was little bit hard to understand. So, I am reading Classical Mechanics by John R. Taylor. It's little bit easy (but not too much).</h6>
  • <h6>Since, there's no book category currently so, I am asking it here. And, It can be moved to that category later. I want to start learning now so, I don't want to wait.</h6>
  • <hr/>
  • Which book is best for Classical Mechanics? I have studied Classical Mechanics little bit. But, I want a book which explains theories step by step (It's OK if that book has GR topic). I want that book to prove formulas (theories) step by step. I had studied some book but, those books don't explain theories properly, those books mostly for solving problem. I had completed most of topic in Classical Mechanics (didn't prove theories/equations).
  • What I have completed :
  • 1. Laws of Motion, 2 dimensional motion.
  • 2. Force
  • 3. Sounds
  • 4. Heat (not completely) (little bit of Thermodynamics).
  • 5. Reflection, Refraction.
  • 6. Special Relativity.
  • 7. General Relativity (I just can explain how Gravity works nothing else).
  • 8. Work
  • 9. Power
  • 10. Electricity.
  • Now, studying Lagrangian mechanism in Goldstein's Classical Mechanics book.
  • <hr/>
  • <h6>I was reading Introduction to Classical Mechanics by David Morin, that book was little bit hard to understand. So, I am reading Classical Mechanics by John R. Taylor. It's little bit easy (but not too much).</h6>
#3: Question closed by user avatar Mithrandir24601‭ · 2021-08-23T21:29:01Z (about 1 year ago)
#2: Post edited by user avatar deleted user · 2021-08-19T07:21:56Z (about 1 year ago)
  • <h6>Since, there's no book category currently so, I am asking it here. And, It can be moved to that category later. I want to start learning now so, I don't want to wait.</h6>
  • <hr/>
  • Which book is best for Classical Mechanics? I have studied Classical Mechanics little bit. But, I want a book which explains theories step by step (It's OK if that book has GR topic). I want that book to prove formulas (theories) step by step. I had studied some book but, those books don't explain theories properly, those books mostly for solving problem.
  • <h6>Since, there's no book category currently so, I am asking it here. And, It can be moved to that category later. I want to start learning now so, I don't want to wait.</h6>
  • <hr/>
  • Which book is best for Classical Mechanics? I have studied Classical Mechanics little bit. But, I want a book which explains theories step by step (It's OK if that book has GR topic). I want that book to prove formulas (theories) step by step. I had studied some book but, those books don't explain theories properly, those books mostly for solving problem.
  • <hr/>
  • <h6>I was reading Introduction to Classical Mechanics by David Morin, that book was little bit hard to understand. So, I am reading Classical Mechanics by John R. Taylor. It's little bit easy (but not too much).</h6>
#1: Initial revision by user avatar deleted user · 2021-08-11T07:57:12Z (about 1 year ago)
Book suggestion for Classical Mechanics
<h6>Since, there's no book category currently so, I am asking it here. And, It can be moved to that category later. I want to start learning now so, I don't want to wait.</h6>

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Which book is best for Classical Mechanics? I have studied Classical Mechanics little bit. But, I want a book which explains theories step by step (It's OK if that book has GR topic). I want that book to prove formulas (theories) step by step. I had studied some book but, those books don't explain theories properly, those books mostly for solving problem.