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comment Geometry topics in physics
Look for the book "geometry, topology and physics" by Mikio Nakahara. It is formal, but not too much. very nice book. Google it, the entire pdf is online.
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comment QM formalism is one big confusion - lack of geometrical explaination with images
@71GA nope, I suggest you first learn linear algebra from any undergrad maths book. This won't take that much time. I promise you will have no major problems understanding Hilbert spaces. The Dirac bra-ket notation is straightforward after you understand the maths behind it.
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comment QM formalism is one big confusion - lack of geometrical explaination with images
Dover has a nice linear algebra book. I think the author is Shilov.
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comment Elementary question on pion-proton scattering cross-section
@dmckee, yes your right
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comment QM formalism is one big confusion - lack of geometrical explaination with images
what do you mean by a geometrical explanation of Hilbert spaces? Do you know linear algebra?