Yes - and I too like it a lot. But fairness compels me to mention some have written to me, thanking me for posting about it, and like it as I do, while others were less enthused. Anyway got the new book and will post what I think.You mean the one entitled "Physics of Symmetry"?
He's self-studying calculus, I guess. He did trig first on his own. He seems pretty determined to do it himself - he does get frustrated at times, but keeps searching until he finally finds a better explanation. He never moves on until he really understands something, he's far more patient than I am. (This is all a nice way to say - he is really stubborn!) He also has a patient math teacher who answers his calculus questions in Common Core Math 2 class, aka "Geometry" (he's in 8th grade but has a high school math teacher who also teaches Calc BC)Welcome to the PF.
What is your son's math background so far? Has he studied any calculus? How about your math background? Would you be able to answer his calculus-related questions when needed in his reading in those sources?
He might also like McMahon, who writes physics and math textbooks with all computational steps. His quantum mechanics textbook isThanks for any suggestions!
That's a good book. I have read that one.He might also like McMahon, who writes physics and math textbooks with all computational steps. His quantum mechanics textbook is