Im wondering if anyone could help me on what math to study for particle physics.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So far I have taught myself calculus (differential calc through vector analysis), differential equations (ordinary and partial), and I am currently studying linear algebra, and abstract algebra. I really want to study particle physics but I dont know what types of math I should study when I finish the algebra.

Also, is there any recommended physics or math books I should study? Any recomended websites?

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# Math required for particle physics

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