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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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I am just gonna step into undergraduate level physics. I searched for books for all the topics and I found two...
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Does anyone know of any good precaluclus-level books that are good for learning how to write basic proofs? I have...
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Is it just me or do other people think the atkins physical chemistry book is absolutely detrimental for...
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Introduction to Analysis by Maxwell Rosenlicht http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0486650383/ref=pd_luc_sbs_02_02 ...
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Hi everybody. I'm currently taking Calculus III with applications, and the book they gave us was Multivariable...
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Hi All , I am looking for a book on introduction to tensor analysis . I do not have much of a background in...
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I'm thinking about buying Goldrei or Potter. Both books are getting excellent reviews at Amazon, especially Goldrei. ...
Sep20-09 01:03 AM
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I am very interested in self study from these texts, the 10 volume set. I am a third year physics student. How...
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So these last couple of weeks, turning into months, I've been pondering whether to start a whole new career in...
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Is the textbook "James Stewart's Essential Calculus: Early Transcendentals" adequate and sufficient in its material...
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I'm looking for a good history of physics book for use as a textbook in a history of physics course. something not as...
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http://i50.tinypic.com/2dsk4m0.jpg Kindly refer me the best book for the above mentioned topics. Actually, I'm...
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Hey guys, just wondering whether anybody knows of any good, clear books on quantum mechanics for a 1st year undergrad...
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Which of the following books is the greatest physics book at the basic introductory level? College Physics, 7th...
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I'm looking to start working through one of these books. I don't read latin, so clearly it would have to be...
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I'm a math major, but I really want to learn about general relativity (the 'real' GR, not the watered-down version...
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Does anyone know a very good introductory book to topology? I am looking for an introductory book with solved...
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I am getting ready to go back to school for physics this coming fall, but in the mean time I am doing a lot of study...
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I checked out two books from my library a few weeks ago and I'm done reading them: Amir D. Aczel's "God's Equation"...
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First of let me explain who I am: I am a ninth grader in a math honors class, and we have to pick a topic to research,...
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I've recently purchased "Cosmos" by the late Carl Sagan. Has anyone over here read it, if so tell me how is it?
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What's the best exposition of Partial Differential Equations methods at the beginning-graduate level? I've found...
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anyone know of a good quantum physics textbook?
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I have had this book for a while and never really looked into it. It claims to be an easy/nonmathematical approach to...
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i have a lousy physics prof, who cannot teach at all, where can i find stuff to help me out on the internet, or anyone...
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I am searching for a book that describes with depth the history of physics from Galileo, Newton, etc. to Einstein,...
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Does anyone know how many chapters Courant & John's "Introduction to Calculus and Analysis, Volume II" has? Because...
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Hi, I'm in Chemistry AP and the teacher highly recommends to study in parallel with a book of our choice. Is there a ...
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The one we're using is insanely horrible. I just don't like how they approach the concepts and examples. It's called...
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I have several books on linear algebra but they all bore me to death. What I find annoying is that they all focus on...
Feb24-07 11:31 AM
robphy
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Hello guys, Could someone reccomend me a complex analysis textbook? My class is currently using Stewart but i heard...
Mar5-07 08:27 PM
hrc969
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Ok, so I was wondering when i am done taking Calc III would I be ready for Kleppners Intro to mechanics? I hear it is...
Aug10-07 01:49 PM
Winzer
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... the book is tiny ... (sure it has lots of advanced material) but wow ... $150 new on Amazon, for something you...
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I am by training a math major. I have not taken any physics courses. If I want to self study mechanics, could I start...
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Hello, The current coursepack that was recommended by our professor just isn't cutting it. It explains the...
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