Hi, i've had electrodynamics on my learning to do list for quite some time, but every time i start i get frustrated because it assumes prerequisite knowledge that i dont have. Last time it was integrals, so i learned integral calc, and i have vector calculus to learn as well, but im still confused as to where to find alot of the stated prerequisites, or which category they fall into. This is the list i am using for prerequisites: (under the mathematics heading) http://www.physics.oregonstate.edu/~stetza/COURSES/ph631/Background.pdf Half of that stuff i am aware is in my calculus book, but i am confused as to which topic would conventionally cover the other prereqs, i.e. laplace's equation, green's function, stokes' theorem, etc. It would be greatly appreciated if someone could just tell me the scope of maths i need to know to learn these prerequisites, i.e. "these concepts can all be found in linear algebra" or something. Also, if anyone knows any electromagnetics text that gives a ground up explanation, that would also be very useful :) Thanks!