Viewed times. Methods of Mathematical Physics by Courant and Hilbert Methods of Theoretical Physics by Morse and Feshbach 1 What are the prerequisite of these books in order for me to be able to penetrate them?
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If someone knows other alternatives, I would appreciate your suggestions. Fortunately each chapter ends with an excellent bibliography to chase up those finer details. The material is fairly self-contained; it should certainly be accessible to someone with your background in mathematics. Problems are also given at the end of each chapter, though I am unaware of any official solution book in existence. The books I own are from the s; hence some terminology and the way the material is presented feels a little dated.
There are, however, specific problem books which could be used: A Collection of Problems in Mathematical Physics by B. Steeb are ones that spring to mind.
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Another book with problems and a solutions manual if this is of use is Mathematical Methods for Physicists by George Arfken. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name.
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