Hello everyone. As the title says, what math do I need to know to fully understand classical mechanics, relativity, quantum mechanics... I am studying from a calculus book, but this is mathematics in general it is not focused on physics. So, apart of this calculus book I'm studying from, what math do I need to study physics without fear to find something I couldn't solve? If you could recommend a book on any subject I'd appreciate it. Thanks in advance.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Studying What math is required to "feel comfortable" with physics?

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