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Hm, Physics Withou Math?

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Posted by Alexander on April 6, 2001 19:16:04 UTC

The "problem" with physics is that it is all math, only math and nothing but math. Our universe is strictly mathematical, and there is nothing more in it but mathematical rules and mathematical objects.

So, I do not know what besides various level textbooks (like P. Tipler "Physics", or Serway and Beinches "Physics for for scientists and engineers" or H.D. Young "University Physics" - good textbooks with plenty of pictures and explanations, but not completely withour math) can be used.

Those textbooks I mentioned reequire only medium-level algebraic background (which is basic minimum to start understanding physics), although in "modern physics" sections toward ends they use some simple calculus.

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