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General Relativity Without Calculus

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General Relativity Without Calculus
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN/ASIN: B008CNBUNS
Number of pages: 120

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This book was written as a guide for a one week course aimed at exceptional students in their final years of secondary education. The course was intended to provide a quick but nontrivial introduction to Einstein's general theory of relativity, in which the beauty of the interplay between geometry and physics would be apparent.

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