Quick pedagogical question.
If one were to have a substantial mathematics background prior to taking a undergraduate physics course in quantum mechanics, (say Grad. Real Analysis, Algebra, Differential Geometry, Topology, Functional Anaylsis, PDE, & Complex Analysis), would one want to start with the basics of quantum mechanics in a book like Quantum Mechanics - McIntyre , or use a book like Landau & Lifshitz, Sakurai, or Dirac?
I would like to stay with the basics, but I am wondering if the math would make it easier to learn rigorously the first-time around.
Thanks in advance!