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I've begun to get started in learning about physics, but am still lightyears removed from any of the mathematical aspects of the science.

Thus I am now looking to move from themes to numbers (and I'm kinda nervous :uhh: lol)

Anyway, here's where I'm heading currently - please help guide my approach to mathematical aspect of physics:

1) Light's relation to mass: Described by General Relativity (? I can never remember which one says what). Also - subjectively - well describe in a Frank Wilczek (http://mitworld.mit.edu/video/204/) [Broken].

2) Mass relation's to Gravity: Newton Equation's, Relativity(?)

3) What equations or mathematical ideas describe the strong and weak forces?

Thanks so much!

JHE

PS - Hope this doesn't look like a HW question

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