I'm freshman of Math major, because we don't have any physics course. But I'm very interested in Physics. But I'm not very sure which is better or say, more suitable for me.
Sears and Zemansky's University Physics (10th Edition)
Berkeley Physics Course Series (Vol 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
Because I have talked to some of my friends who are in the major of physics.
Some said that Sears physics is more oriented to High school level, with lots of pics, examples, hence to recommand me the Berkeley series which is more 'academic'.
Some others said that the Berkeley Series is too beyond for me, because I'm in major of maths, with very limited foundation of physics.
As I'm more into math, a book which focuses on the physical intuition would be nice. This leads me to my question
"Which of these books is better for gaining physical intuition? Which uses a more indtuitive approach, in other words."