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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I am very interested in quantum mechanics, specifically learning the math behind it. I am currently in calculus 3, or vector calculus. However, it is going a bit slower than I would like and I would like to start to study math at a quicker pace. However, I am slightly unsure of what I should learn to begin to understand different quantum mechanical equations, such as the Schrodinger equation, general wave functions, and how to define specific basis, states, and superpositions. Sorry if this is not the correct place to move it, but it seems to make since to put it in this subforum. :)

Thanks for any help. At the moment, my class is just beginning vector calculus, and will go into double/ triple integrals, partial differentiation, line integrals, and a few bit more topics. We are currently using Early Transcendentals, and we are going up to the 14th chapter I believe.

Khemist

Thanks for any help. At the moment, my class is just beginning vector calculus, and will go into double/ triple integrals, partial differentiation, line integrals, and a few bit more topics. We are currently using Early Transcendentals, and we are going up to the 14th chapter I believe.

Khemist