Should i read Introduction to Calculus and Analysis by Courant?
I have calculus background I want to study multivariable and single variable in rigorous way
There is a lot of books in this subject like Spivak, apstoal,Courant,.... . I am not sure what to choose
Every explanation about scaling a 2D vector, or equivalently having a line segment PQ on cartesian plane and then find a point R on the line PQ satisfying PR/PQ = r (fixed given r) starts with that one specific case in the picture. A formula for the coordinates of R is then given for that case...
Hi, I am wondering what's the best (or one of the best) available books on Introduction to Nuclear Physics. I started reading Krane's, which is a good book. However I am looking for more options.
I am most interested in books which give a deep insight into physics concepts without lacking of...
I have searched and came across:
Introduction to Cosmology by Barbara Ryden
https://www.amazon.com/dp/0805389121/?tag=pfamazon01-20&tag=pfamazon01-20
Modern Cosmology by Dodelson
https://www.amazon.com/dp/0122191412/?tag=pfamazon01-20&tag=pfamazon01-20
What would you recommend? This is for...
Hi everyone, I am a 10th grade student studying in India( would be in 11th in 2 months)
I am not very good at chemistry. I have difficulty understanding the concepts. Although I don't have any doubts, I just don't feel confident. Also, my teacher is not very good. Whenever I would ask him...
So in my future numerical analysis class the recommended book i liked the most was Numerical mathematics by Quarteroni :
https://books.google.pt/books/about/Numerical_Mathematics.html?id=m-bHBAAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=kp_read_button&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false
Since i like this...
I know there is a lot of questions like this in this community but I need a personalized answer. I am 15 years old. I've always loved physics and always asks questions. My wish for learning physics dates back to 2016. Yeah that's right, I've spend two years just looking for the right resources...
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Due to the textbook by Peskin and Schroeder being rather old, I was wondering what are other, more pedagogical textbooks on Quantum Field Theory that you would recommend!
Any suggestion is appreciated!
Hello!
Manoukian's two books on Quantum Field Theory seem pretty good to me, but before buying them I would like to know your thoughts about them! Bear in mind that I need a pedagogical textbook(with good exercises if possible).
Thanks!
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I have a bunch of issues with the various interpretations of quantum physics. I'd like to dig into it but most text books on the topic just throw in your face a bunch of equations and tell you "that's the way it works"
Intead, I'm looking for a detailed history of the experiments that led...
Does any one have any good books, or other references, that they would recommend for studying for the thermodynamics & statistical mechanics portion of graduate qualifying exams? I didn't have any undergrad Stat Mech and my grad prof/class was really not good, to the point that I didn't really...
Okay, I have a good friend and he is into the idea of becoming a Mathematical Physicist; however, there's several issues at hand. He's in his mid 20's and attends a really cheap community college. Apparently his high school was horrible at teaching students good material; in other words, he...
Hello, all. I am looking for some good books to start becoming invested in mathematical logic, the foundations of the field of mathematics, and also basically in general the philosophical heart of this wide subject which has interested me greatly. Now I have already read Shoenfield and Halmos...
Hi , everyone! This is my first post/thread/anything on this forum so first I apologise if I slip up or make any mistakes. Anyway, my question is about recommendations for textbooks for Undergraduate Number Theory. So far, I have studied Calculus 1-3 (including things like line integrals...
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I am curious if you know some good books that have problems well supplemented to "Commutative Algebra I-II" by Zariski/Samuel. I am really enjoying it, but it does not have any exercise, leaving me to try coming up with my own problems (it is fun to do, but I would like to solve...
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Millimetre Wave Antennas for Gigabit Wireless Communications: A Practical Guide to Design and Analysis in a System Context
Huang, Kao‐Cheng ; Edwards, David J.
Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd
But our library do not have this book. Has anyone know other book on this...
I want to study chi square test of homogeneity from any authentic source- book / website especially problems where samples are compared for more than one attribute.
What are some relevant sources?
Relevant background:
I was studying examples from random online sources before I saw this book...
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I am very interested in studying the art of algebraic geometry, motivated by its applications in the machine learning and data analytics. I recently came across Grothendieck's EGA/SGA/FGA saga, and I am really interested in reading it as I like how it presents the...
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I am trying to find some good books that provide a comprehensive one-stop education for special and general relativity, with concise coverage of key fundamentals of the maths involved.
It is intended for self study, and I do not have strong fundamentals on advanced physics / maths...
I am a mechanical engineering student who got a master offer in space science recently. This master course is more like astrophysics. So if I want to systematically study astrophysics, where should I start and which books should I start reading first of all?
Thanks!
I got interested in this superconductor stuff a few week ago and I just want to learn more about this.
So any book or ebook recommendation about superconductor ? especially for starter ?
Note: I'm a new engineering student
Okay, so I'm currently a mechanical engineering major at San Jose State University, but I just want to become much more engaged with physics and mathematics. I do pretty good with calculus, math comes easy to me. I'm a first year student taking calculus 2. I was just wondering what books I can...
Hi all, I'm about to buy the first volume of the series by Weinberg, but I'm a little worried about the edition, see I have a lot of requisites for a book before buying it. I've seen in the library the old hardcover edition and it looks fine for me: it's not written too small and the book even...
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Can "Modern Quantum Mechanics" by Sakurai be used as a first introduction to the quantum mechanics, given that I have a professor who can guide my reading and supplementary books? I recently got an opportunity for a reading course in rigorous QM, and I thought Sakurai would be a...
Dear Physics Forum personnel,
I am curious what are your opinions about the "older" books in mathematics and physics (i.e. Neumann, Schrodinger, Dirac for QM, Hawking/Ellis for relativity, Russell for mathematics, etc.). From my experience with mathematical books, I found that I have liking to...
Dear Physics Forum personnel,
Is it possible to learn differential geometry simultaneously while learning the relativity and gravitation? I have been reading Weinberg's book (currently in Chapter 02), but I believe that modern research in relativity is heavily based on the differential...
Which is more mathematical among The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics and Mathematics for Physics by Michael Stone and Paul Goldbart?
Both of them are applied mathematics books. What are the main differences between them? Which is more mathematical i.e. mathematically advanced...