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*[[Dynamical Systems]]
 
 
*[[Linear Algebra]]
 
*[[Linear Algebra]]
 
*[[Multivariable Calculus]]
 
*[[Multivariable Calculus]]
*[[Single Variable Calculus]]
 
 
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*[[Cosmology]]
 
 
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*[[Elementary Particle Physics]]
 
 
*[[Neutrino Physics]]
 
*[[Neutrino Physics]]
 
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*[[Kinetic Theory]]
 
 
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*[[String Theory]]
 
 
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Revision as of 16:15, 11 March 2016

Mastering the subject at the intermediate level is not easy, and we encourage students to discuss what they are learning with other students and with their instructors at every opportu­nity. Learning and doing physics has a social component. One learns much more from such discussions than by reading a textbook alone.Pollack-Stump - Electromagnetism
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