Hey guys, I know this is mostly a math forum but I'm thinking about getting into the basics of physics too while learning trig and was just wondering if there are any books which are recommended for people looking to get an insight into the world of physics.
I don't really know what I'm interested in at the moment, I guess I just want to learn the basic laws that apply to most physics categories. I think ultimately I'l like to focus on electromagnetism or relativity. I know I'm a long way off this but no harm in learning to very basic concepts which apply to most if not all fields of physics.
I don't tend to do well with books that are just pages and pages of text, I like to be able to pair the text with diagrams and equations.