The intent of this note is to introduce students to many of the
mathematical techniques useful in their undergraduate physics education long
before they are exposed to more focused topics in physics. Topics covered
includes: ODEs and SHM, Linear Algebra, Harmonics - Fourier Series, Function
Spaces, Complex Representations, Transform Techniques, Vector Analysis and EM
Waves, Oscillations in Higher Dimensions.
The purpose of this note is to present standard and widely used mathematical methods in Physics, including
functions of a complex variable, differential equations, linear algebra and special functions associated with eigenvalue problems of ordinary and
partial differential operators.
Mathematics is an
integral component of all of the scientific disciplines, but for physics, it is
a vital and essential skill that anyone who chooses to study this subject must
master. Topics covered includes: Functions and Geometry, Complex Numbers,
Matrices, Vectors, Limits, Differentiation, Partial Differentiation and
Multivariable Differential Calculus, Integration, Multiple Integration,
Differential Equations, Series and Expansions, Operators, Mechanics.
The purpose of the
ďFunkyĒ series of documents is to help develop an accurate physical, conceptual,geometric, and pictorial understanding of important physics topics. We focus on
areas that donít seem to be covered well in most texts. Topics covered includes: Vectors, Greenís
Functions, Complex Analytic Function, Conceptual Linear Algebra, Probability,
Statistics, and Data Analysis, Practical Considerations for Data Analysis,
Numerical Analysis, Fourier Transforms and Digital Signal Processing, Tensors,
Without the Tension, Differential Geometry.
covers the following topics: Measuring: Measured Value and Measuring Unit, Signs
and Numbers and Their Linkages, Sequences and Series and Their Limits,
Functions, Differentiation, Taylor Series, Integration, Complex Numbers,
book is intended primarily as a class-book for mathematical students and
as an introduction to the advanced treatises dealing with the subjects of the
different chapters, but since the analysis is kept as simple as possible, It
will be useful for chemists and others who wish to learn the principles of these