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In 2016 and 2017, there was a significant debate on how topics related to South Asia were represented in California middle school textbooks—a follow-up to a related set of debates that took place from 2005 to 2009. The California Department of Education runs a public process to update the history and social sciences curriculum frameworks, which help guide the textbooks that publishers develop for us in schools. Starting in 2016, groups submitted textbook revisions dealing with a variety of issues related to histories of South Asia, India, Hinduism, Sikhism, Dalits, Muslims, Ravidassias, the Indus Valley Civilization, and the rights of women, as taught in California 6th and 7th grade history and social science textbooks. The Department of Education made final decisions on the topics in 2017, retaining content on the caste system, and referring to all of historical South Asia as India, among many other decisions.
So, I am a 4th year physics student (undergrad), and I will do my master, then hopefully my PhD on theoretical physics. In my university, we take 1 year QM/Classical Electrodynamics/Classical Mechanics in terms of physics then the second year we pick the classes we want to take, I will take QFT...
I'm talking about their two volume set titled "Gauge Theories in Particle Physics". Amazon links:
Volume 1
Volume 2
From looking at the books, it seems that the level is higher compared to Griffiths or Thomson. But, how does it compare to textbooks like Peskin & Schroeder or Schwartz...
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I am originally a medical doctor and now doing a PhD in neuroscience. I have no formal physics / math training beyond high school level but I self-studied single variable and multivariable calculus as well as differential equations from MIT's OCW website, did examples, exams etc. I also...
Hello! I'm new here. I'm on my first year of physics at the UNAM, in Mexico, and I want to now which books and resources would you recommend me to 'survive' in the career, not just in physics, but also in the mathematical formalism for subjects such as geometry, abstract algebra, calculus...
So I watched a couple of videos on Youtube with the titles 'How Electricity Actually Works' and 'The Big Misconception About Electricity' ( and ).
The main message being that while the view of current being the flow of electrons might be useful practically, it's not an accurate representation...
I recently viewed some online free lecture series on Special theory of Relativity.
I think I have an understanding of the basics so far, but would like some books for problems on special relativity. (Preferably solutions or at least answer keys included).
It would be a great help if they...
I was wondering if there is any such textbook which shows how a real physicist actually goes about developing models and or theories to explain experimental observations. I want to see how it is done in practice. Is there such a book? At a level that an undergraduate can understand. It is great...
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As an Undergraduate student I'm looking for some textbooks and/or articles as an introduction to superconductors. I have a homework to do as final project not exactly in this field but related. and I would like to understand what exactly is a superconductor as well as use those textbooks...
I'm currently studying quantum mechanics from MIT opencourseware, just about to finish 8.05, quantum physics 2. I have little knowledge of electrodynamics, but I want to learn enough to be comfortable studying quantum electrodynamics in the future. My math background is pretty strong, so I've...
I am looking to learn about these topological effects or phases in solids. More specifically, I'm trying to find a set of lecture notes or a textbook or some other text that do not shy away from discussing homotopy classes and the application algebraic topology to describe these materials.
I...
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I am looking for textbooks to relearn Combinatorics, Permutations Combinations and Probability and also Matrix algebra( decomposition, etc). I had done these many years ago and the course/books provided to me at that time weren't that great. So I want to relearn this with a more...
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I recently completed kleppner and kolenkow classical mechanics book. Next I am going to learn Electrodynamics. My brother is a EE major and he gave me his copy of "principles of electromagnetics" Matthew Sadiku 4th edition. But a lot of people here recommend Griffiths. So,
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Hi there, I’m looking for beginner to advanced physics textbook. The books doesn’t have to be by only one author or series of volumes. I’m in year 9 at the moment (australia) and really want to learn further than what the curriculum provides. I’ve got the feynman’s lectures on physics, so any...
Hello everyone! Before I begin, I would like to thank you for helping me by responding or just being intrigued by this.
I’m a high school student who wants to basically have a very deep understanding of classical mechanics (for f=ma exam and ultimately my dream). My only experience with physics...
Previously I made this post, and soon after realized how woefully unprepared I am to approach such a topic. As stated in the post, I think my best use of time would be to gain background knowledge on the topic before attempting a project, but now I think I've found a better focus as to what...
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Does anybody have any suggestions for a good textbook on probability and statistics for someone who's studying Electrical Engineering?
I follow a distance learning program but not always they use real good books so I like to buy extra books sometimes for the sake of extra material...
I would like to start learning my calculus course before in school. Are here any textbooks or science reading books that would help me with the situation?
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I am looking for suggestions for a junior-level Modern Physics textbook to read over the summer for the purpose of preparing me to take senior-level Quantum Mechanics in the fall. I have a solid Math background so a text that would possesses some level of mathematical rigorousness...
Hi I am studying engineering, as you know the maximum level of calculus reached in engineering is Multivariable Calculus and some vectorial calculus (Im not including courses like Differential Equations or others where there is also applied calculus) so i plan to self study more advanced...
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I'm looking to pick up a good textbook specifically focusing on the physics of energy (bonus points if it also includes some engineering applications), meant for someone at the level of first or second year physics undergrad. Ideally, I would've liked something like this course at MIT...
I'm a senior in high school and dislike the way physics is taught. I find the textbooks to be too watered down and lacking in mathematical rigor. My plan is to major in physics when I go to college, so I've decided to self study physics in my spare time. I've browsed around the forums here...
I'm looking for a text that covers group theory and its applications for QM and QFT, targeted towards an audience that knows their QM but is ignorant of everything quantum fieldy. Any recommendations?
Funny story, or maybe I'm just dumb and don't understand why my professor is being all petulant about this.
∫∫h(x,y)dA
If z = h(x,y) and h(x,y) = f(x)g(y)
∫∫f(x)g(y)dxdy = ∫f(x)dx∫g(y)dy
I did this on my own while working through some double integral hw. Seems obvious, and the...
Last time I made the mistake of making a solutions manual thread. This is probably what I should've asked instead:
Most textbooks I own either have poor student solutions manuals or offer a few answers in the back, which makes learning yourself and checking your work rather difficult. I'm going...
I was wondering: What textbooks have everyone found useful in prepping for the subject GRE? Are there any textbooks particularly helpful in prepping for the subject GRE and if so, which chapters of the texts should be gone through when prepping for the exam?
I was thinking of using Stewart to...
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I am currently in University and I am retaking a course that I dropped last year due to the fact that there was no textbook and the time I spent in the course was a frantic scramble for reliable information and attempting to understand what the professor was teaching. I have looked...
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I am doing poorly in Physics 8A @ UC Berkeley this semester and I would like to do better.
For background info, I've included the course description:
"Introduction to forces, kinetics, equilibria, fluids, waves, and heat. This course presents concepts and methodologies for...
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I was looking for some Modern Physics textbook suggestions. While searching through the forms I found some excellent Modern Physics reference book suggestions, like some by A.P. French and the sort.
What I am asking for though are actual textbooks on Modern Physics (which at my...