I just got a book on Quantum Mechanics, but at a loss with the maths. I had Algebra, Trigo, Calculus, differential equations, etc, but that was a long time ago, now as a programmer, I hardly ever think of those and forgotten them as a result.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I believe I still have strong enough concept of algebra and trigonometry but what branch of mathematics would be most suited to understanding and applying quantum mechanics? Thank you!

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# What branch of mathematics to study to understand Quantum Mechanics?

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