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Students will be able to describe the fundamental phenomena of relativistic physics within the algebraic formalism of four-vectors. The Australian Mathematical Society Gazette “There are many books on special relativity for undergraduates, and this one is notable in that it is specifically addressed to mathematicians.
This book is certainly a good introduction to special relativity, understandable for second-year students. However, a graduate or lecturer wanting a rapid introduction to special relativity would benefit from the concise and precise nature of the book.
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Woodhouse’s comparatively short Special Relativity is a pleasure to read and therefore qualifies right off as a good source to use for learning about special relativity on your own. Elementary Number Theory Gareth A. The author has included material on acceleration and tensors, and has written the book with an emphasis on space-time diagrams.
User Review – Flag as inappropriate This is an excellent text for an undergraduate mathematician or physicist desiring a thorough introduction to Special Relativity. Measure, Integral and Probability Peter E.
This is reflected in the book in the large number of examples and exercises, ranging from the rather simple through to the more involved and challenging.
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