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High school to grad student textbooks on physics, astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology. Note these are not recommendations.
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High school to grad student level textbooks on all topics of mathematics. Note these are not recommendations.
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It was written by Cornelius Lanczos and from the reviews, seems to be a good book. I have completed two semesters of...
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Folks Are there any introductory functional analysis books which show calculus examples to illustrate the different...
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I'm not sure if this should go here, anyway I'm contemplating over what Calculus text book should I buy. Textbooks...
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The Art and Craft of Problem Solving by Paul Zeitz is anyone familiar with this book?
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could anyone please tell me where wold i find the ebook'inorganic chemistry by J.D. Lee' for free on the web.please...
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I'm looking for a good introductory text on electromagnetism for someone who has very little experience with physics...
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Please recommend a good introductory book on Engineering Physics. I'd like to buy a printed book, with a decent number...
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I've recently developed a fascination with the history of the earth and the biosphere. Can anyone recommend a good...
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I am a student of Physics honours. Can someone tell me whether using Boas for Differential equations is a good choice?...
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How advanced is this text? The only exposition I've had to quantum mechanics is through "The Quantum Universe" by...
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Sorry if I sound naive but why do so many Linear Algebra books have the titles "and applications" only to give maybe...
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I will be doing my first course in real analysis this year and the textbooks have just been released. The recommended...
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As per the title, I need a cryptography book that does not shy away from math. To me it seems like many crypto books...
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Good choice of books for my linear algebra syllabus Hello guys, I am looking for some good books for linear...
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I've came across a book about topolgy, Topology Without Tears by Sidney A. Morris. It can be found here:...
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Please advice me a good book with step by step procedures of model distribution fitting. I cannot find some fully...
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Hello all, I've just finished both Resnick-Halliday and Sears-Zemansky. I need a good book to go forward from here....
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