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Mathematical Methods in Physics

Mathematical Methods in Physics

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.

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