
Physics Forums has opened an affiliate account with Amazon.com
6% of any purchase you make is sent to Physics...

May3114 02:54 PM
Nick O

40 
44,669 
I wish this was around when I was in school! Nice way to buy texts and sell them back. Free for six months!
...

Dec1013 01:27 PM
BenMorgan

9 
10,111 
The book, Elementary Linear Algebra, 3rd Edition, Larson & Edwards. 1996.
I'm interested in opinions. How or what...

Nov1410 01:45 AM
retspool

3 
1,967 
I realize that is probably an oxymoron :smile: I know that proofs take getting used to and lots of practice. ...

Nov1310 08:22 PM
Saladsamurai

7 
1,967 
I need a book to selfstudy, because in Physics we don't have this discipline. The only mathematics I learned were...

Oct2111 05:53 PM
Oriako

1 
1,966 
Hello everybody!
I was wondering how the two compare?
Thank you everybody :)

Jun1414 01:52 PM
Thinker301

24 
1,966 
Hey.
In a few weeks I will start whit a 7.5 point cours in MathPhycis. We will cover something like this topics:...

Oct907 01:27 PM
sc86

0 
1,965 
I will be sitting in on some lectures on Radiobiology being taught down the road from me. They will be using Hall's...

May1611 12:02 AM
Lambert

1 
1,965 
Basically I'm looking for a general Biology book on par with Linus Pauling's General Chemistry. Perhaps a step above...

Nov2511 11:31 PM
atyy

1 
1,965 
Anyone recommand readable intro books on modules and algebra of matrices?

May1107 10:25 PM
pivoxa15

4 
1,964 
I had no mathematics and physics background during my undergraduate studies. Due to some reason, I have to study...

Nov1709 12:44 AM
Sankaku

9 
1,964 
Hi
I am in my freshmen year and I am taking a course on Modern Physics. We use the book "Concept of Modern Physics"...

May110 05:20 PM
zooxanthellae

4 
1,962 
All three seem to be loved, mathematically rigorous, and appropriate as undergraduatelevel texts. I have a good...

Jul3112 07:26 PM
Miscing

5 
1,959 
I am searching for a book that describes with depth the history of physics from Galileo, Newton, etc. to Einstein,...

May606 12:34 PM
Tantoblin

9 
1,958 
Hello, I want to learn calculus on my own, does anybody know any good books or textbooks that could help me. I also...

Mar2010 03:35 PM
anthonych414

0 
1,958 
Which Statics book do you think is good? Thanks in advance.

Sep908 07:50 AM
ferroburak

0 
1,954 
I have found an old physics text entitled "A Contemporary View of Elementary Physics" written by Borowitz & Bornstein,...

Feb1207 05:46 PM
FUNKER

8 
1,953 
Hey.
Next semester i plan on taking a unit on inorganic and physical chemistry. At the moment my collection of...

Dec408 08:09 PM
kingdomof

3 
1,953 
HI,
could someone please suggest me a good book to learn both Tensors as well as General relativity? It has to be...

Jun310 11:22 PM
naele

11 
1,953 
Does anyone know where I can download Richard Feynman lectures free?

Feb910 09:46 AM
Tuvok1153

2 
1,952 
Just wondering if anyone knows about a physics book that isn't too advanced for a 13 year old to understand? I want it...

Sep612 10:45 PM
Snicker

5 
1,951 
which books do you think are good to beginners in topology ?
for someone don't know any thing in topology and...

Dec2212 05:33 AM
craig_241

11 
1,951 
Hi everyone,
Let me just give you some background on my physics knowledge/experience. I am a rising sophomore in high...

Jun2212 07:44 PM
SolsticeFire

2 
1,950 
How did Jackson arrange his set of problems in this famous book Electrodynamics? I mean, does he move according to the...

Oct1413 04:32 PM
clem

9 
1,949 
Hi guys,
i know that there are Feynman diagrams in condensed matter around. As far as i understood it they are used...

Jun911 07:59 PM
atyy

3 
1,948 
Ok, so last year was my junior year in applied mathematics, and I decided to declare a second major in physics. My...

Mar612 02:10 AM
Broccoli21

2 
1,948 
I am looking for books that introduce the fundamentals
of topology or manifolds. Not looking for proofs and rigor....

Apr1612 09:47 AM
homeomorphic

3 
1,948 
I was wondering what you guys think of my textbook.
My textbook is called:
A First Course in Differential...

Apr1507 09:05 AM
Mathgician

0 
1,947 
I'm using Campbell's Biology*and I'm really sort of sick of it and wondering if there are better alternatives to it.
...

Nov909 08:47 AM
physicsnoob93

4 
1,947 
I am attempting to get back into the academic world of physics. I have my associates degree and cannot continue taking...

Feb1011 09:54 PM
brocks

2 
1,947 
I'm taking a mathematical methods for physicists class and we're using the Arfken and Weber book which does a horrible...

Dec210 05:34 PM
mathwonk

5 
1,946 
This is going to be asking for a lot, but I'd be grateful for any help I can receive in my endeavor.
I am looking...

Aug510 01:21 PM
VeeEight

1 
1,945 
Hi, I have been looking through amazon all night reading reviews and I am baffled about which book I need :confused:
...

Feb2213 11:27 AM
Melon Knight

4 
1,944 
Good choice of books for my linear algebra syllabus
Hello guys, I am looking for some good books for linear...

Jan1712 09:02 PM
mathwonk

3 
1,942 
I would like it if you can recommend me textbooks in Engineering that are geared to people from the pure sciences.
...

Apr2011 02:29 PM
edgepflow

3 
1,941 
Hey!
I know there are a lot of book recomendations in this site, but I thought my background
is sufficiently strange...

Nov908 08:44 AM
cuak2000

2 
1,940 
For any mathematician or physicist, what textbooks do you consider a must read?
Also, what books do you remember...

May2612 01:23 AM
tenchotomic

6 
1,940 
Hello, since I am very interested in universe, I would like to know something more about dark matter and energy. There...

Jan1412 05:58 AM
rammer

4 
1,939 
I'm looking for Basic Quantum Optics explaining very easily the concept and fundamental principle. What are you gonna...

Mar2109 06:52 AM
f95toli

1 
1,937 
I have searched the mainstream books thomas calculus, steward and lots other like apostols,rudin etc.
I was given two...

Mar512 12:38 PM
intwo

1 
1,937 
So here I am:
Before beginning the Irish Leaving Cert last September (equivalent to British ALevels, etc), I had...

Jun3010 08:04 PM
physicsnoob93

1 
1,936 
Hello all.
Would first like to compliment the forums  absolutely smashin. Good job.
I have read quite a bit on...

May1807 09:57 AM
loonychune

3 
1,935 