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Begins to study physics and philosophy - needs to be refreshed in mathematics.


Khaldine

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Hello.

I want to refresh some knowledge of physics, and prepare myself for academic mathematics. The title is bi-class so there are no hardcore stuff like Infi. Here are the courses I will have (Hebrew University):

C ++ and Matlab programming

Mechanics

Power and Magnetism

4 1 + 2 Applied Mathematics (which I suppose should be the most emphasis?)

Linear algebra.

I would be happy to have links to materials that you think will be good, as well as lectures Recommended and book names. (Generally a preference for Hebrew, but flowing)

By the way, if anyone has any advice on preparation for philosophy studies - I would also be happy to receive D:

Thanks!

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Start with algebra in Zilgag's lectures at the Technion:

With regard to WPP - here is Ruth Lawrence's book:

http://ma.huji.ac.il/~matap/

With regard to mechanics - preferably prior knowledge of physics, at least some experience in the construction of power equations. Do not know learning sources, you will begin with the laws of Newton.

Electricity - only in the second semester.

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It is possible, if not really trying to understand things in depth. As an example, in absolute abstraction, there is no problem in understanding the terms "way" and "speed" and even discussing the connection between them without understanding the concept at all.

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It is possible, if not really trying to understand things in depth. As an example, in absolute abstraction, there is no problem in understanding the terms "way" and "speed" and even discussing the connection between them without understanding the concept at all.

You learn this in the DCO.

Maybe they call it differential and integral calculus?

How can one learn physics without studying Infi- cia?

Perhaps in other institutions. In Hebrew it is called an infinitesimal calculus (a slightly more precise definition of the term because we learn about the concept of the boundary, all kinds of related sentences: roll, average value, Lagrange etc.)

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PHYSICAL PHYSICS Perhaps one can understand how the Maxwell equations can be understood without Infi?

It did not make sense, so I checked the Hebrew site, and they just put calculus / differential equations in 1 + 2 and mathematical analysis.

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