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I was told by someone to go for the above mentioned book (authored by Riley and a couple of other authors). I need a definitive tour de mathematica- something that I could use for the beginning of my Physics UG until the end of it (or even further if such a book exists!). Also, something that would help me explain nagging concepts in a great manner. Therefore, I would like to seek out your reviews/opinions/suggestions about the quality of the book and is it worth investing in (if not, then please feel free to suggest any other texts even if it doesn't explicitly match my criteria and could be used for the solid mathematical foundation necessary for a great understanding of Physics).