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As above. YouTube? Any books? Thanks.

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As above. YouTube? Any books? Thanks.

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You need to give us a clue about your existing maths/physics knowledge and the level you hope to get to.
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You need to give us a clue about your existing maths/physics knowledge and the level you hope to get to.
Just for fun, really. I have an A* in both at iGCSE but I'm not taking them for A-Level.

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Just for fun, really. I have an A* in both at iGCSE but I'm not taking them for A-Level.

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You don't really have a hope of understanding the mathematics unfortunately. This book is inexpensive and should be largely accessible with your current knowledge.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Particle-Phy.../dp/0192804340
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Just for fun, really. I have an A* in both at iGCSE but I'm not taking them for A-Level.

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Who learns physics just for fun????
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Who learns physics just for fun????
Meeee! :cool:

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You don't really have a hope of understanding the mathematics unfortunately. This book is inexpensive and should be largely accessible with your current knowledge.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Particle-Phy.../dp/0192804340
Ah. That sucks. I'm more interested in the theories, though. Thank you so much!

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You need to give us a clue about your existing maths/physics knowledge and the level you hope to get to.
If I had A2 Further Maths/Physics knowledge, what would you recommend? Any cheap books or websites?
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You don't really have a hope of understanding the mathematics unfortunately. This book is inexpensive and should be largely accessible with your current knowledge.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Particle-Phy.../dp/0192804340
I got it out of the library at school today. It's really good! :yy:

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If I had A2 Further Maths/Physics knowledge, what would you recommend? Any cheap books or websites?
No cheap books - sorry!
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