Mathematical Tools for Physics (James Nearing)

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Mathematical Tools for Physics (James Nearing)

Understanding is not always ensured by having the correct response. This book teaches physics students how to approach problems with knowledge and intuition. It aids undergraduates in honing their abilities and gives them a foundation in crucial mathematical techniques.

The author gives a comprehensive explanation of infinite series, complex algebra, differential equations, and Fourier series after going over the fundamentals of mathematics. The chapters that follow examine tensors, partial differential equations, multivariable and vector calculus, operators and matrices, vector spaces, and partial differential equations. Complex variables, Fourier analysis, the calculus of variations, and densities and distributions are other topics. This book is a great reference for arithmetic, and it also helps physics students as they do their tasks.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
James Nearing is an assistant department chair and an associate professor of theoretical physics at the University of Miami.
Published Date / Year
(October 18, 2010)
496 pages
eBook Format
Online, PDF files

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