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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Fixed, I think.
    Thanks,for a bit of geopolitical balance how about adding a course of theoretical physics from Soviet physicist Lev Landau !
    https://archive.org/search.php?query...M.+Lifshitz%22

    By the way,do you have any resources on mathematical biology ?
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    Zacken that OP is really amazing. You seem to have put it a great deal of work into it and it shows through clearly.

    I'm beginning with V&M but I'll probably use the resources your OP has consolidated so nicely well into my time at Cam.

    Thanks so very much.
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    Thanks,for a bit of geopolitical balance how about adding a course of theoretical physics from Soviet physicist Lev Landau !
    https://archive.org/search.php?query...M.+Lifshitz%22
    Cheers.

    By the way,do you have any resources on mathematical biology ?
    This is a bit high-level but you may be able to struggle through?
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    Commenting to be kept in the loop!
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Cheers.



    This is a bit high-level but you may be able to struggle through?
    Thanks,while very high level indeed,still useful for giving an idea of what area of maths are useful biologists :yy:.
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    Well done Zacken for the fantastic OP !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Maybe if I fail that module I screwed up I can participate too..
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    If you're a ****ing madhead try this
    http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~hooft101/theorist.html

    Insight314 you up for it?
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    (Original post by Number Nine)
    If you're a ****ing madhead try this
    http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~hooft101/theorist.html

    Insight314 you up for it?
    I've been doing this all my life m8 (not exactly from that link but you know what I mean).Btw, are you doing IA? I am currently working through the V&M lecture notes since my Beardon textbook ("Algebra and Geometry" ) will only arrive on 30th.
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    I can tell I'll be spending a lot of time round here over summer
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    (Original post by Insight314)
    I've been doing this all my life m8 (not exactly from that link but you know what I mean).Btw, are you doing IA? I am currently working through the V&M lecture notes since my Beardon textbook ("Algebra and Geometry" ) will only arrive on 30th.
    dunno ill see what books i can get cheap
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    Wat. Asom.
    Aops


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    (Original post by Duke Glacia)
    First non mathmo, yesssssss
    gonna lurk here as well :ninja:
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    Student403 you might be interested as well with your mv-calculus shiz :lol:
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    (Original post by Ayman!)
    gonna lurk here as well :ninja:
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    Student403 you might be interested as well with your mv-calculus shiz :lol:
    One day we'll make a "A Summer of Engineering" aka ASoE thread
    One day.......
    One day...............
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    (Original post by Insight314)
    I've been doing this all my life m8 (not exactly from that link but you know what I mean).Btw, are you doing IA? I am currently working through the V&M lecture notes since my Beardon textbook ("Algebra and Geometry" ) will only arrive on 30th.
    Jusy got the Beardon. It's lovely
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    13 1 20 8 42, Zacken, Mathemagicien, physicsmaths,

    Do you guys know why Dexter's notes are incomplete, and where can I find ones which are fully complete?

    Page 10 of V&M lecture notes is missing the proof to the theorem. Or is that left as an exercise to the reader? :rofl:
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    (Original post by krishdesai7)
    Jusy got the Beardon. It's lovely
    So many people got the Beardon, and I don't. I am furious!

    I will have it in two days though.
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    (Original post by Insight314)
    Page 10 of V&M lecture notes is missing the proof to the theorem. Or is that left as an exercise to the reader? :rofl:
    Do we have the same notes? Page 10 of mine seems to have the proof, albeit the proof is above the theorem.
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    (Original post by Insight314)
    13 1 20 8 42, Zacken, Mathemagicien, physicsmaths,

    Do you guys know why Dexter's notes are incomplete, and where can I find ones which are fully complete?

    Page 10 of V&M lecture notes is missing the proof to the theorem. Or is that left as an exercise to the reader? :rofl:
    You might want to try Dr Cawley's noted for V&M. Those are the ones I'm using for the most part, and they're really very good
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Do we have the same notes? Page 10 of mine seems to have the proof, albeit the proof is above the theorem.
    I was talking about the second theorem, I know the first theorem has its proof above the theorem. But now I just realised that the second theorem also has its proof above the theorem, lol. Sorry about that.
 
 
 
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