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I'm currently self-studying a relatively new book, "A Course in Modern Mathematical Physics", by Peter Szekeres, retired fellow at Uni of Adelaide (yes, he's the son of George Szekeres, of "Kruskal-Szekeres coordinates" fame ). I find it so far to be a totally great book! I haven't read many introductory math-phys books (I'm a fan of Schutz's "Geometrical Methods of Mathematical Physics" and Prakash's "Mathematical Perpectives on Theoretical Physics"), but this one is fantastic and covers a lot of interesting maths. I was wondering if anybody happens to have the solutions to the exercises found within. I've been stuck on a couple of the problems, and I would like to check them out with someone.

Nitin

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# A Course in Modern Mathematical Physics [Peter Szekeres]

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