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WTD - Books on Quantum Physics, Calculus, Differential Equations, Analytic Geometry

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#1
sounds like a rave you're gonna be having iwth those
#2
Try, Stroud.K., Mathematics for Engineers. It should cover everything bar the quantum the also do an advanced version to.
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neilquane
Try, Stroud.K., Mathematics for Engineers. It should cover everything bar the quantum the also do an advanced version to.


Thanks I might just get that seems quite reasonably priced on Amazon (unlike most of the other books)

Also after books on string theory, quantum mechanics and anything on the philosophical theorys of time. Anyone ?
#4
pikachu12
sounds like a rave you're gonna be having iwth those


Its all relative, I find enjoyment from bettering myself, where as you enjoy collecting imaginary creatures :roll: :p
#5
if you have a look on abe books they do very reasonably priced second hand books, you just need to know the title
#6
neilquane
Try, Stroud.K., Mathematics for Engineers. It should cover everything bar the quantum the also do an advanced version to.


What level are you at? I would suggest that the advanced version of the book may be better for further learning. The standard one is above further maths A level and very accessible, however. I still use mine for the odd reference now and then.
#7
Thanks for the advice, I will take a good look at abe books, Amazons prices have shot up since the 'free delivery over a fiver' began.

Although I failed miserably at maths at school (GCSE grade C) I would say my knowledge is now around that of A level, my main focus over the years has been on mathematical philosophy now I'm wanting to take the next step up so I think I will be looking at the standard Mathematics for engineers before moving on to the advanced version.
#8
Well it's a good place for you to start, it just depends what you want to get out of it. You might struggle with a fair lump of it if your GCSE grade is representative - maybe not in the sense of being able to do the maths but being able to understand it enough to apply any learning to different situations.

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