Einstein's "Relativity"


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May27-05, 03:01 PM
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What kind of maths is needed to understand this book? Would I be able to get by without calculus?
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maybe……
read an easy one first!
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It all depends on how deep you want to go....you can learn the basic ideas without calculus, but you'll only be scratching the surface.

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Einstein's "Relativity"


einstein himself wrote several very nice treatments using no calculus at all.


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