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Название: A Guided Tour of Mathematical Methods: For the Physical Sciences
Автор: Snieder R.
This book might be educational or enlightening if you had a year (or long leisurely summer) and nothing to do but read the book and take your time going through page by page at your own pace. The reality, however, is that college professors will assign this book to unsuspecting undergraduates, and then jump around from chapter to chapter following a syllabus.
This doesn't work, because this book:
— Is arbitrarily self-referential
— Has NO WORKED EXAMPLES
— Has terribly drawn and worthless diagrams and illustrations
Overall this is one of the worst textbooks I've ever had to work with, and my physics study groups all agree.