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I was wondering what textbooks I might be able to self-study in order to get up to speed in mathematics and physics so that I might be able to understand GR, SR, and QM.

Currently I'm up to speed on basic Calculus and a semester of physics but I want to study on ahead. I suppose the textbooks for introduction into GR, SR, and QM would not be necessary since it would take me a while to work up to them.

Can anyone recommend some good books that would cover the necessary material for a solid understanding? Thank you!

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# The math required for Relativity and QM ?

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