Lecture Notes on Classical Mechanics
by Daniel Arovas
Publisher: University of California, San Diego 2013
Number of pages: 453
The level of these notes is appropriate for an advanced undergraduate or a first year graduate course in classical mechanics. I have included many worked examples within the notes, as well as in the final chapter, which contains solutions from Physics 110A and 110B midterm and final exams.
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