To self study the theoretical part of general physics is as "easy" as going through a textbook, but how could a person self study the experimental part of general physics at home? Any ideas? (Should be easier than to self study chemistry lab hahaha)
it's basically math applied to common commercial situations
from wikipedia:
"Business mathematics, sometimes called commercial math or consumer math, is a group of practical subjects used in commerce and everyday life. In schools, these subjects are often taught to students who are not...
I only missed good HS physics textbook indication for self study, like micromass did for mathematics in https://www.physicsforums.com/insights/self-study-basic-high-school-mathematics/
Great, exactly what i was looking for!
Maybe you should also add a section on Combinatorics, Probability and Descriptive statistics
and for problem books there is the Titu Andreescu problem books and Schaum's Outlines: Intermediate Algebra
What are the best intro math textbook for these subjects below? The level is for a advanced high school student/ National math Olympics/ or preparation for a difficult College entrance exam like JEE.
1) Sets
2) Functions
3) Logarithm
4) Trigonometry
5) Sequences and Series
6)...
I meant that when a need to search for a paper in a specific subject i search there :D
how good is google scholar? Any other better for physics?
thnks for your answer :)