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PHYS306 — Fall 2021
Lecture Notes

PHYS306: Mathematical Methods of Physics I

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Offering:

Typically Offered: Fall/Spring - Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

PHYS 272(H) or (PHYS 241 + PHYS252)
Co-requisite: Calc III (such as MA 261)

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Description:

Discussion of wide-ranging physics problems from mechanics, E&M, thermal, and modern physics with emphasis on reviews and introductions of mathematical methods and techniques that are essential in such discussion. Relevant mathematical methods include one- and multi-variable calculus, complex numbers and functions of a complex variable, and vector calculus. Intended primarily for sophomore physics majors.

Instructor(s):

LYANDA-GELLER, YULI

Email:

yuli@purdue.edu

Textbook(s) for Fall 2021

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