Hey all. Greetings from Auburn Alabama. I'm a phys grad student at Auburn University. I've never yet taken a GR course, so I suppose i'd better learn some. My physical intuition is ahead of my math chops, so I'm having some trouble working through Einstein's new notation. When trying to work through any intro problem, I quickly get caught up in the math and keeping indicies straight that I loose sight of the physical situation.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

What I'm looking for is some resource (book or web) that demonstrates how to work out the classical limit through relativity. IE. I think it would be usefull to put a point mass of mass M in the stress-energy tensor and arive at y=y0 + v0yt + .5gt^2. Any resourse with multiple classical limit problems worked out?

Thanks in advance

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# Resource that gives classical limit solution

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