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A professor recommended me to take a course on Statistical Physics as preparation for agent-based computing in social sciences.
Now I have no experience in physics beyond basic highschool, and mathematics I have taken several discrete math courses (for computer science) and no calculus yet. I have had basic differentiation/trigonometry/integration in high school as well.
What math/physics do i need to be able to understand undergrad stat mechanics?
Thanks a lot for your answer!
(btw. I am already planning to take classical mechanics, because that's what the university states as prerequisite)