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is there any book will give an overview of maths used in QM? Be honest I am not good in maths~

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I have Mathematics of Classical and Quantum Physics by Frederick W. Byron, W. Fuller Robert but heard Mathematical Physics by Sandri Hassini was better. Which if true, would be most impressive, considering how good said book is.

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This book is worth buying : Dennery and Krzywicki

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O~ I got it THX

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yukcream said:What sorts of maths are needed to start learning quantum mechaninc?

You'll need everything, except your intuition.

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