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I have done basic quantum mechanics and now I want to do the path integral formulation. I find Feynman's book Path Integrals in Quantum Mechanics difficult. Is there an easier alternative?

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Maybe you should start with QED the strange theory of light and matter by Feynman. Its a layman book. Once you get the intuition, get back to Path Integrals in Quantum Mechanics. I don't think a simpler book is there.

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