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astroman707

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Considering one is taking all the required math courses for a typical physics degree, what math electives are most crucial to the field of cosmology/theoretical astrophysics?

Also, is it true that mathematical modeling courses(discrete and dynamical modeling across physics) are more important to physics than pure math courses, such as real analysis?

Also, is it true that mathematical modeling courses(discrete and dynamical modeling across physics) are more important to physics than pure math courses, such as real analysis?

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