# [Reading] ➷ Mathematics for Natural Scientists: Fundamentals and Basics (Undergraduate Lecture Notes in Physics) ➭ Lev Kantorovich – Tactical-player.co.uk

This Book Covers A Course Of Mathematics Designed Primarily For Physics And Engineering Students It Includes All The Essential Material On Mathematical Methods, Presented In A Form Accessible To Physics Students, Avoiding Precise Mathematical Jargon And Proofs Which Are Comprehensible Only To Mathematicians Instead, All Proofs Are Given In A Form That Is Clear And Convincing Enough For A Physicist Examples, Where Appropriate, Are Given From Physics Contexts Both Solved And Unsolved Problems Are Provided In Each Section Of The Book Mathematics For Natural Scientists Fundamentals And Basics Is The First Of Two Volumes Advanced Topics And Their Applications In Physics Are Covered In The Second Volume

I own both the first and second volumes of this textbook, think they are a great supplement for first and second year physicists.Difficulty is mid range, good if you think K A Stroud is too verbose, and Mary L Boas too concise.Topics are explained concisely with good guided proofs there s actually useful English between equations, often hard to find in such textbooks and practice problems Book is form

This is by far the best maths book for any undergraduate physics student to get It explains very difficult maths in a very clear and concise manner Also Lev in his writing does not assume anything and do any hand waving maths The maths is proven and shown why certain formulas and rules work Also fills in a lot of gaps where other books would gloss over or assume you know it.

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This is an excellent maths book for anybody undertaking a numerical science degree I am currently doing a theoretical physics course and had to go through many textbooks before i found this on It covers all the relevant maths you will need in your undergraduate course in one series of books with complete and easy to follow proofs If you don t like proofs then you can take the theorems for granted and skip to the

I used Prof Kantorovich s book to study during my physics degree and it s superb, the level of detail and clarity is match to no other textbook