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    Book Suggestions

    I have read Prof. Morris Kline's Calculus: 'An Intuitive and Physical Approach'. I loved the book. I want to learn more with a view towards understanding some elementary quantum mechanics, Electronics and Fourier transform NMR spectroscopy. Could you please suggest some books that would teach me differential equations and fourier transforms? (i.e)some book that teaches these concepts using 'An Intuitive and Physical Approach'? Thank you.
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    Re: Book Suggestions

    I'd go for Tenenbaum and Pollard's book Ordinary Differential Equations. It has whole chapters devoted to applications. After that, you might consider Farlow's book Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers. That one also has lots of methods, and includes Fourier Transforms.

    Are you also interested in book recommendations for quantum mechanics? I don't know much about electronics or Fourier Transform NMR spectroscopy, so I wouldn't be a good person to recommend in those fields.
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    Re: Book Suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by sg9278 View Post
    I have read Prof. Morris Kline's Calculus: 'An Intuitive and Physical Approach'. I loved the book. I want to learn more with a view towards understanding some elementary quantum mechanics, Electronics and Fourier transform NMR spectroscopy. Could you please suggest some books that would teach me differential equations and fourier transforms? (i.e)some book that teaches these concepts using 'An Intuitive and Physical Approach'? Thank you.
    Sridhar
    You might also consider the Feynman Lectures on Physics to see where you are going.

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