# Inconsistency in textbooks

by Tom1992
Tags: inconsistency, textbooks
 P: 1,295 The SI units in physics cover numeric calculation, but not symbolic notation. Physics notation also fails to be standardized in many cases. I would suggest that you study one book long enough to get used to its theorems and notations, so that when reading a different book you see how the previous books theorems 'fit in' with what you learned. Alternatively, keep doing what your doing and it will eventually all make sense. I would strongly suggest studying Set Theory and Logic before doing Topology and Analysis. Start typing notes in $$\LaTeX$$ as soon as possible.