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Topic: How to learn Physics (And Mathematics)
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learnwhatyoulove

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How to learn Physics (And Mathematics)
Posted: Sep 24, 2012 2:45 AM
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I recently have been trying, with various levels of success to self-study some physics and mathematics texts. I've been trying a variety of things to improve my outcomes, but I would like to pose a question to the PF community about how they go about learning physics and maths (I don't mean which texts you use, but how you use them).

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