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I've learnt a bit of linear algebra and both single variable and multivariable calculus.


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The best book about QM for beginners I know is by the Nobel Prize Claude Cohen-Tannoudji, coauthored with Bernard Diu and Frank Laloë. Mécanique quantique. 2 cols. Collection Enseignement des Sciences. Paris. (Quantum Mechanics. Vol. I & II, 1991. Wiley, New-York).

Even I could understand it.


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