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I am wondering what would be a good book to study the math of special relativity for a non physist.

I started with the " An Illustrated Guide for Special Relativity" by Tatsu Takeuchi which I found nice and easy book to start with.

To put it in another way, where should I go after the above mentioned book?

Thanks.

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