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Lecture Notes on Mathematical Methods of Classical Physics

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Lecture Notes on Mathematical Methods of Classical Physics
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 105

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These notes grew out of a lecture course on mathematical methods of classical physics for students of mathematics and mathematical physics at the master's level. Also, physicists with a strong interest in mathematics may find this text useful as a resource complementary to existing textbooks on classical physics.

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