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So, to understand and learn radiation physics, and eventually quantum mechanics, my understanding is that I need to refresh and learn Calculus and likely linear algebra? Does that sound right?

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So, to understand and learn radiation physics, and eventually quantum mechanics, my understanding is that I need to refresh and learn Calculus and likely linear algebra? Does that sound right?

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It's really not too great at the initial teaching of calculus though (provided you really don't remember it). You might consider following along a course on MIT's opencourseware or something to get up to speed with at least Multivariable Calculus, and then Boas book would do you a great justice.

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While I don't have the time to go back and get a PhD in physics, I'd like to learn as much as I can during my academic days. Thanks for the help!

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