Elementare Rechenmethoden der Physik
Elementary Mathematical Methods for Physics

Eine Vorlesung an der TU Dresden, Wintersemester 1996/97
Lectures at Dresden University of Technology, winter 1996/97

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Abstract

Instructor
Jochen Rau
Audience
beginning physics students
Goal
to provide the mathematical tools needed for the subsequent course on theoretical physics
Keywords
basic concepts and terminology (numbers, sequences and series, convergence, functions); analysis (differentiation, integration, Taylor expansion, Fourier expansion, integral transforms); simple differential equations; linear algebra (vectors, matrices); geometry (manifolds, coordinates, fields); elements of vector analysis
Length
15 lectures (a` 90 min.) + 10 problems sets (homework)
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