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    Hi, so i'm self teaching it this year and I find there is a lack of resources. Does anyone know any textbooks I could get, or possibly a school I could ask for notes? I already have the Douglas Qualding books.
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    (Original post by Anonymoose1)
    Hi, so i'm self teaching it this year and I find there is a lack of resources. Does anyone know any textbooks I could get, or possibly a school I could ask for notes? I already have the Douglas Qualding books.
    http://maths777.weebly.com/ah-mathem...mechanics.html

    Not sure how helpful this is, but it's worth looking at for the topic notes.
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    (Original post by scottishguyy)
    http://maths777.weebly.com/ah-mathem...mechanics.html

    Not sure how helpful this is, but it's worth looking at for the topic notes.
    Already found this and it's really helpful but the notes are incomplete
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    Im doing the same and this book;

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Understandi.../dp/0199146756

    Is what I’m using. It’s excellent and from what my tutor says covers everything. You might also want to get some A level texts.
 
 
 
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