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Book for multivariable calculus [duplicate]

Hi I want to start learning multi variable calculus specifically for learning electrodynamics. What are some good text books?
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Linear Algebra For Physicists (Book Recommendations) [duplicate]

I am aware that there are plenty of questions regarding book recommendations, however, I have not found one that fully matches what I intend to ask. I have provided a list of links to some similar ...
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Mathematics for physics resources [duplicate]

Looking for book suggestions. I have a good basic understanding of many mathematical concepts but I want to improve to a physicist level. This is mainly because I want to study atmospheric physics ...
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Best calculus book for physics [duplicate]

Are spivak and apostol calculus book good even from a physics point of view for learning calculus? I have a basic understanding of calculus but want to learn in depth more physics and for this I ...
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Advice on beginning self learning physics from scratch [duplicate]

I am pursuing masters degree in computer applications. I have no formal Mathematics and Physics background but for masters degree entrance examination I have studied senior high school level ...
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Are there some websites for self learning of advanced mathematics? [duplicate]

Are there some websites for self learining of advanced mathematics? For example there is perimeterscholars for self study of theoretical physics, but I haven't found some good websites providing ...
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Reference request for mathematical physics from an axiomatically rigorous perspective [duplicate]

Being a grad student in math, and a rather pedantic one indeed, I was unable to accept many of the things taught to me in undergrad physics courses. I am now trying to learn the applications of ...
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Prequisite for the Feynman lectures? [duplicate]

It obviously requires single- and multi-variable calculus and linear algebra, but what else? And where do you suggest to get that background from?this isn't a duplicate because I'm for the math needed ...
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Books for learning Mathematics in Physics? [duplicate]

Currently I'm doing Advanced Classical Mechanics courses. I'm finding it hard to understand due to the lack of knowledge in linear algebra, multi variable calculus and other chapters. Can anyone ...
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Suggestions on a particular arXiv publication on math needed for theoretical physicists [closed]

I'm going to start my PhD in a year and I'll be taking a gap year doing other stuff. But I also wanted to fill in the gaps in my math knowledge and I came across an arXiv publication called ...
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Topology for physicists [duplicate]

Which are the best introductory books for topology, algebraic geometry, manifolds etc, needed for string theory?

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