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No Math Can Still Be Interesting

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Posted by Jim on April 20, 2001 18:40:52 UTC

If you really want to study physics in-depth, then you'll need to master the math. But you can still read about all the discoveries and theories without having to figure out the math.

When I was in graduate school, my roommates were working on their PhDs in physics. Looking through their notebooks...there was nothing but mathematical equations.

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