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    Smile Hi I'm a 54 years old "Student", just for fun, for myself and not for .... exam ;-)

    Hi,

    Im studying Maths - alone in Mexico where I live now, retired.

    I'm just finishing the book "Calculus" from Smith and Minton.

    My question: Which book can you recommend me to continue in math. My goal, is to understand the relativity mathematically ... sometime in the futur.

    Thank you
    Marcel
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    Re: Hi I'm a 54 years old "Student", just for fun, for myself and not for .... exam ;

    Quote Originally Posted by MBodor View Post
    Im studying Maths - alone in Mexico where I live now, retired.
    I'm just finishing the book "Calculus" from Smith and Minton.
    My question: Which book can you recommend me to continue in math. My goal, is to understand the relativity mathematically ...
    With the aim to study relativity, I would try to master Linear Algebra.
    I like this text..

    You might consider Vector Calculus by Thomas H Barr.
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    Re: Hi I'm a 54 years old "Student", just for fun, for myself and not for .... exam ;

    Hi,

    I also started with Linear Algebra (thank you to confirm that I will need this topic)

    Vector Calculus is already present is "Calculus" Smith and Minton, but I will buy your recommendation (Th. Barr).

    I love the presentation of my "Calculus" book -
    the book of Th. Barr has the same kind of presentation ? (Colors, nice printings etc... )

    Thank you very much.
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