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Can someone give me a link to a site that can teach me from the start in finding it hard to find something as you would in say a class room
Could you be a little more vague? I recognize all the words in your sentence but in that particular order, they don't make any sense to me.Can someone give me a link to a site that can teach me from the start in finding it hard to find something as you would in say a class room
Just somewhere to start it's hard to find the info on the net it either tells you in all the technical terms and I don't understand the technical terms yet so basically I wanna start at a point where I'm learning the lingo and learning about quantum physics and progress them togetherCould you be a little more vague? I recognize all the words in your sentence but in that particular order, they don't make any sense to me.
If you are far enough along in your studies to start seriously studying quantum mechanics I find it inexplicable that you could not find a beginning text on the subject.Just somewhere to start it's hard to find the info on the net it either tells you in all the technical terms and I don't understand the technical terms yet so basically I wanna start at a point where I'm learning the lingo and learning about quantum physics and progress them together
Alas.. sorry friend but this is a start and thanks for that appreciate you taking time out of your day to helpIf you are far enough along in your studies to start seriously studying quantum mechanics I find it inexplicable that you could not find a beginning text on the subject.
Try a forum search here. There are several threads that make book recommendations.
Had you made the subject line of your post "need recommendation for beginning QM book" you would likely have good answer already.
Books like Griffiths and Liboff are good. With insufficient math background and often weaknesses in classical mechanics, students often struggle.From your profile, it seems that you have at least completed high school. If this is the case and you took at least beginning calculus, I recommend Griffiths.