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@Jorriss: Classical Mechanics is covered without Lagrangian and Hamiltonian, i.e. university physics mechanics plus non-inertial frames plus relativity plus oscillations.
In case of E&M first part of Griffith...
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I am planning to take physics GRE test in October, between October and now I have nothing to do but to study physics. I have a three year Bachelor degree in Natural Sciences (i.e. equal emphasis on Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics). So here is what I know: I understand although...
Why some functions that are continuous on each closed interval of real line fails to be uniformly continuous on real line. For example x2. Give conceptual reasons.
Thank you Mr jbunniii, I will surely take a look at these books.
Mr transphenomen, yours sugestion is really helpful & I will definintely tries to follow it. But one issue may that some time I am unable to understand what the theorem it self means until I read its proof & from there reading...
I am currently studying Vladimir A. Zorich's Mathematical Analysis 1 book. Can anyone suggest me a complementary problem book. Such book should preferably have challenging exercises and generally with full solution. I have already browse through Schuam's Outline series, but I couldn't find any...
I am doing undergrad. in physical sciences in which physics, chemistry and mathematics all are equally emphasized.
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I am currently doing my under graduation in physical sciences in not so reputed college. I wanted to become a high energy physicist and wanted to do research in in the field of quantum gravity. As I have already mentioned my college...
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I am an under graduate PHYSICS student and this year I am going to take INTRODUCTORY course in electronics. Can you suggest me a book on this subjects. Since I am a physics student so the book should also contain mathematical calculations (most of books don't contain one)...
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I am an undergraduate student and this year I am going to study Introductory Solid State Physics. My instructor has assigned us book of Charles Kittel. But the book has got terrible reviews on amazon. So I fear purchasing it. However there is an another book by Ashcroft that has...
Thank you Fragment & Goldbeetle. Books that both of you have suggested are indeed great but I want books that deal explicitly with the the students or young adults. Well let me elaborate: I am a third year under graduate student and I have loooots of bad habit, which are severely hampering my...
According to the statement(attached file) in order to find the directional derivative I must know unit vector along the direction and the point at which to find the directional derivatives. From the angle I can find out the direction (as the cosine of the angle) but not the point. Then how can I...
How the following limit can be zero, since after applying L'Hospital rule the root x will be in the numerator, which together with sinx will constitute infinity.
Have anyone of you have listened about Melvin Schwartz's book on electrodynamic.https://www.amazon.com/dp/0486654931/?tag=pfamazon01-20. It is known to be inconventially written. Is this a good book for an undergrad. If not which book is better between David J. Griffiths and Purcell.
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There is in fact a solution manual available for caurant namely Albert blank's problems in calculus and analysis. But the only problem with this one is that it is of print for years. I am unable to find any copy of this book on internet. Can anyone of you suggest any link.