**Mathematical Tools for Physics**

by James Nearing

**Publisher**: Dover Publications 2010**ISBN/ASIN**: 048648212X**ISBN-13**: 9780486482125**Number of pages**: 569

**Description**:

I intend this for the undergraduate level, providing a one-semester bridge between some of the introductory math courses and the physics courses in which we expect to use the mathematics. This is the course typically called Mathematical Methods in Physics. The text itself has been expanded so that it now contains far more than a one semester course.

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