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narayan.rocks

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I thought myself calculus( integration , differentiation and solving differential equations and nothing more) , trigonometry , higher algebra and geometry side by side with physics .

I am looking for some good mathematical physics textbook . I want one that would teach me enough mathematics required for a physics undergraduate .

So i asked these professors at a local universities . One of them recommended

"MATHEMATICAL METHODS IN PHYSICS SCIENCES by Mary L Boas "

and the other professor thought " MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR PHYSICISTS by Arfken , Weber" is better.

I looked up both books at Amazon and wondering which one to go for. Any suggestions