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Nick O

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BenMorgan

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I'm not sure if this is the right forum, but I'd like to know: What's a good physics text that uses calculus? I mean,...

Oct2609 08:14 PM
farleyknight

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We're currently using Stewart's in my class, and I'm not at all happy with it. I actually liked Stewart's for single...

Oct2609 03:26 PM
Pinu7

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any recommendations? Particularly a textbook who's writing is at the level of a senior undergrad or a textbook written...

Oct2409 10:20 PM
noblegas

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Hi All,
Kindly suggest me an alternative book for "Classical Mechanics by Goldstein". I am finding it little bit...

Oct2409 10:39 AM
Pinu7

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So what is your most difficult mathematical physics textbook you had the honour to read?
For me, trying to read...

Oct2409 05:09 AM
MathematicalPhysicist

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The problems in this book come with the (problem) numbers in different colours, some of the numbers in boxes, etc....

Oct2409 12:29 AM
collectedsoul

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I'm interested in learning the calculus of general random variables, i.e. those that do not necessarily have a density...

Oct2209 11:28 PM
jbunniii

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I'm going to take an engineering physics class which is just simply a calculusbased physics class. Any suggestions...

Oct2209 08:33 PM
BAnders1

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Hi everybody: does anyone know of a good book on special relativity that takes a geometric approach? I'm doing...

Oct2109 05:32 AM
t00dles23

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Hi, I was wondering about your opinions and recommendations on some calculus texts, free or not. I already took...

Oct1709 11:19 PM
kodancer

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I'm looking for a book by Steven Weinberg on the general theory of relativity (cant remember the exact title). ...

Oct1709 03:21 PM
Void123

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What would the best linear algebra book be?
I'm looking for one that has alot of expositition and tries to get the...

Oct1609 11:02 PM
Reedeegi

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Hello all. Last semester I took a real analysis class using this book:...

Oct1609 04:27 PM
dslowik

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We have this course in our undergraduate course that I have to take, this Logic Circuit Design, and I don't know...

Oct1609 04:06 AM
Juwane

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I'm wondering what mathematical background is needed to tackle Intro to Mechanics by said authors? I had a whole...

Oct1609 03:45 AM
physicsnoob93

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 by "Vector Calculus" i do not mean Calc III (multivariate). What i mean is the Calculus course that follows after...

Oct1509 04:31 PM
rubrix

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Im still in 2year college, and studyin QM alone, would like to know a good book for QFT that I can understand. I have...

Oct1509 01:29 AM
jambaugh

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What texts are there that cover classical mechanics, electrodynamics, and general relativity utilizing tensors and...

Oct1309 07:36 AM
Andy Resnick

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Hello,
I am searching for beginner physics books that won't break the bank. I am very interested in astrophysics...

Oct1209 10:33 PM
ank_gl

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I was originally going to take some electrical engineering courses along with my aerospace but have decided to just...

Oct1209 05:09 PM
n!kofeyn

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I've finished Richard Courant's "Introduction to Calculus and Analysis" Volume 1 (single variable calculus), and I was...

Oct1209 02:27 PM
jbunniii

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I know this is a little strange to ask on a forum but... I don't know where else to ask! My boyfriend is a physicist...

Oct1209 11:23 AM
WiFO215

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I am currently taking an advanced calculus course and, for the most part, I really like it. However, I believe I could...

Oct1209 10:54 AM
tarheelborn

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Is there a book that presents classical and quantum mechanics utilizing the same mathematical framework? Just to get...

Oct1109 06:15 AM
dx

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So Im in a quantum course and as a reference text we have cohen's quantums mechanics volume 2. I've been using it to...

Oct1109 03:47 AM
MathematicalPhysicist

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I'm having a lot of trouble with basic EM (calculus based) because for some reason, the material simply isn't clicking...

Oct1009 03:38 PM
CFDFEAGURU

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Hi! I'm a graduate student in solid state physics and I have to follow a graduate course on equilibrium statistical...

Oct1009 03:37 PM
CFDFEAGURU

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Hi, I'm doing a foundation year in the UK at the moment for Physics (since I didn't take it at A level. I did do Maths...

Oct1009 12:20 PM
Pinu7

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What is the best book on the nbody problem, one that would cover all the different numerical and analytic methods of...

Oct1009 11:50 AM
Geremia

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I was trying to search an article on the internet
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Oct1009 05:45 AM
zicron

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Hi all,
Can u guys plz recommend me any problems book for mechanics. Level of problems should be between Irodov...

Oct909 04:58 PM
roeb

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Hey
I was wondering is someone could suggest a good college level physics text book. I am currently in a calculus...

Oct609 05:26 AM
physicsnoob93

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I am going for IPhO 2007, that should be taken in account, what are the tough physics books for mechanics and...

Oct409 01:31 AM
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I'd like to know which book is suiltable for 3rd management student for Qualitative and quantitative methods. . Please...

Oct209 09:41 AM
Charles007

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Question 1: Over the summer i briefly went through a introductory college physics class in Classical Mechanics, i...

Oct109 03:26 AM
n!kofeyn

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Hi there,
I'm searching for a good book for statistical physics.
Professor as told us that the bibliography was...

Sep3009 06:41 AM
dx

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All the books I want to read about probability and statistical estimation require some understanding of measure...

Sep2909 08:17 PM
jbunniii

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which explains geometrical optics & wave optics in detail.

Sep2509 10:05 AM
xepma

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Is there a mathematically rigorous book that covers both classical and quantum mechanics? If so, what is the book?

Sep2309 03:31 PM
Pinu7

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Has anyone read the Feynman Lectures of Physics*? I've heard about them and they seem pretty nice. I'm thinking of...

Sep2309 11:14 AM
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