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Question about electives

by quilibet
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Feb11-06, 03:38 PM
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hi,
i am not sure here is tehe correct forum but i have a little problem
i am a 3rd year undergratuate student in math and took some physics lectures like quantum, classical physics.Now i begin to think becoming a
physicist(if i can)In a few days i have to decide about which elective courses to take/ group theory ,an analysis course and set theory + 2 must course. i am sure about first two but not so for set theory
Can it be usefull in physics or just a waste of time?
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