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Re: Foundations of Tensor Analysis for Students of Physics and Engineering
with an Introduction to the Theory of Relativity
J.C. Kolecki
Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio
I'm currently reading the above monograph and I am attempting to teach myself TENSOR ANALYSIS. I have an undergraduates' degree in chemistry and a university level understanding of mathematics up to differential equations and some complex analysis. I've also taken introductory quantum chemistry so I have some facility  albeit incomplete  for mathematical formalism.
I can follow Mr. Kolecki's approach somewhat but get lost when he attempts to Q.E.D. some things. For clarity please see the attached file.
with an Introduction to the Theory of Relativity
J.C. Kolecki
Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio
I'm currently reading the above monograph and I am attempting to teach myself TENSOR ANALYSIS. I have an undergraduates' degree in chemistry and a university level understanding of mathematics up to differential equations and some complex analysis. I've also taken introductory quantum chemistry so I have some facility  albeit incomplete  for mathematical formalism.
I can follow Mr. Kolecki's approach somewhat but get lost when he attempts to Q.E.D. some things. For clarity please see the attached file.
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