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I am learning supersymmetry right now. I am mostly following Bailin and Love. I try to connect all the steps from the book and complete the derivations in order to get comfortable with the calculations but I feel the lack of a problem book with a lot of solved and unsolved problems, something like the Schaum's series which I can use together with Bailin and Love. Do you happen to know any such book that you think would be helpful for me?

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Probably not what you're referring to (also I'm not familiar with the texts you mention), but if you're looking for exercises in the supersymmetric method in quantum mechanics (see section 2 of arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/9405029) some classic examples are finding the super-partner potentials to the infinite square well and hydrogen, and use the formalism of the supersymmetric method to solve for their spectra and associated eigenstates. –  mhodel May 4 at 23:17
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Hi, thanks for the response. I browsed through the paper that you suggested. Although it is very interesting, what I am looking for is slightly different. I am searching for something which has solved and unsolved problems on supersymmetric gauge field theories, spontaneous supersymmetry breaking, supergravity and so on. Thanks again. –  nomad May 4 at 23:25
    
Ah I see. That's way beyond me at the moment. I'm a second year undergraduate and I just wrote a research paper for a quantum class I'm taking about the supersymmetric method described in section 2 of that paper. Good luck with your study of field theory! –  mhodel May 4 at 23:28

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