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Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Chun Wa Wong
Designed as a reference as well as a first or second year level textbook, this book helps physics undergraduates acquire an appreciation of the mathematical basis of physical theories and achieve the expected level of competence in mathematical manipulations. It comprises topics prerequisite to the study of the standard undergraduate courses in physics, and topics for advanced students, including vector calculus, matrices, and Fourier series and transforms.Chun Wa Wong is the author of 'Introduction to Mathematical Physics Methods and Concepts' with ISBN 9780195044737 and ISBN 0195044738.
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