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greg_rack

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Hi guys,

I'm 18 and about to start an aerospace engineering course.

I'd like to have a few cool physics and mathematics-oriented readings before starting the course... both as preparation and as an encouragement.

One thing I must tell you is that I totally prefer studying physics over pure mathematics, and that would be amazing to read a book that approaches me to the beauty of maths without delving too deep into addressed topics.

Generally, I'm not looking for a textbook with theorems and formulas, but rather more a pleasant broad-but-shallow scientific reading.

Hope I'm not asking too much, thanks in advance for any advice :)

I'm 18 and about to start an aerospace engineering course.

I'd like to have a few cool physics and mathematics-oriented readings before starting the course... both as preparation and as an encouragement.

One thing I must tell you is that I totally prefer studying physics over pure mathematics, and that would be amazing to read a book that approaches me to the beauty of maths without delving too deep into addressed topics.

Generally, I'm not looking for a textbook with theorems and formulas, but rather more a pleasant broad-but-shallow scientific reading.

Hope I'm not asking too much, thanks in advance for any advice :)

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