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arielle
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Feb2-12, 06:53 AM
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Hi all,

I would like some recommendations for thermodynamics. It's my first course in thermo. I'm currently using : Classical and Statistical Thermodynamics by Ashley Carter.

I like the book, however it lacks examples! I am someone who learns by example...so this book isnt doing me much good.

Also, I'm doing Complex Analysis. Also my first course dealing with complex numbers. I really need a book that keeps beginners in mind with heaps of examples and lots of details.

I'm using : Fundamentals of Complex Analysis with Applications to Engineering, Science, and Mathematics by Snaff/Snider

This book also lacks examples, and I strongly feel that it's talking to itself...

Thanks! :)
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