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I was wondering if someone could offer an opinion on this.....I have a high school math background sans calculus, but would love to understand Einstein's theories mathematically. Richard Feynman said that to truly appreciate nature you have to speak the language of math. What would be the requirements and in what order for someone like me (studying math/physics) to achieve my goal? I don't care much about time and would be pursuing this on the side but seriously. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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# Understanding relativity mathematically

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