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## Main Question or Discussion Point

My university doesn't offer many courses on theoretical physics (I'm studying applied physics), but because I might want to get my masters degree in theoretical physics, I want to read into some of the math and physics.

What books would you recommend to a student who has had linear algebra on the level of Anton and Rorres, calculus on the level of Adams and some introductory differential geometry during an introductory course on general relativity?

What books would you recommend to a student who has had linear algebra on the level of Anton and Rorres, calculus on the level of Adams and some introductory differential geometry during an introductory course on general relativity?