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i plan to take up a subject for self study in the coming vacation (starts 22/1) anyway i want to understand quantum mechanics but my pace so far is so slow, because well, i think the math is tough in most books and there is no appropriate introduction. I am in engineering school, so my limit of math knowledge is calculus of complex numbers. A friend told me that i need to do classical mechanics rigourously to understand quantum mechanics. I want to do all the prerequisites for quantum mechanics (since i clearly lack them) and maybe then tackle one of those tough quantum mechanics books. So if i should do classical mechanics rigourously or math rigourously then please recommend some books or even propose new ideas :D
Thank you :D
Thank you :D