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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I have course in thermodynamics that'll start in a few weeks. But it seems that we are just going to use notes instead of a text book. Last time I used notes in another course I didn't understand the whole subject, because their notes where pretty poor and unclear when explaining subjects.

I only finished a course in classical mechanics (in physics), as for the math, I have basics knowledgde about calculus and linear algebra. But I'll have another math course at the same time as the thermodynamics course, where I'll learn about vector calculus and partiel diff. equations.

Now I want to ask if someone can recommend a good introductory text book in thermodynamics, that I can understand with my current knowledge in physics and math (the aforementioned).

I only finished a course in classical mechanics (in physics), as for the math, I have basics knowledgde about calculus and linear algebra. But I'll have another math course at the same time as the thermodynamics course, where I'll learn about vector calculus and partiel diff. equations.

Now I want to ask if someone can recommend a good introductory text book in thermodynamics, that I can understand with my current knowledge in physics and math (the aforementioned).