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I basically have to decide whether to take introduction to analysis, partial differential equations, and complex analysis while taking the minimum number of physics classes to graduate with a BS in physics. Or, I can take "Mathetmatical Methods for the Physical Sciences" and take a few extra physics classes (solid state physics and atomic physics). I'm currently taking an upper-division course in linear algebra. I'm not sure whether I want to pursue theoretical or experimental work, and my advisors seem split both ways. What would you pick and why?