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Undergraduate theoretical physics student.

Interests:

Physics: all areas of fundamental physics.

Math: all areas related to the above.

(specifically, the interface of theoretical physics and mathematics)


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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Resource request: history of and interconnections between math and physics
@WillieWong: I want to see if - and how - it is possible, since on some <underline>very rare</underline> situations it is the most effectual use of the tool. (Pun very much intended! :) )
Oct
17
comment Resource request: history of and interconnections between math and physics
@Willie Wong: [Note on formatting]: I would prefer to underline the word "seriously" in the question- (both because it more precisely & accurately conveys the 'sense' of my question, and because I want to know how to do it on SE, (I perused Meta.Stackoverflow to find out how - but couldn't make out head or tails.)) -cheers
Oct
16
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Oct
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comment Resource request: history of and interconnections between math and physics
I have this book. - Looking specifically for a book / paper / online video / (and/or other) educational resource on this specific topic (math-physics link) and their historical origin, and interrelations.
Oct
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Nov
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revised Reference request: Introductions to current mathematics derived from / related to gauge theories
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revised Reference request: Introductions to current mathematics derived from / related to gauge theories
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25
asked Reference request: Introductions to current mathematics derived from / related to gauge theories
Nov
21
accepted Show that the function $h(x) = \int^x_0 g(t) \, dt$ is $C^2$ but not $C^3$ at $x = 0$
Nov
21
comment Show that the function $h(x) = \int^x_0 g(t) \, dt$ is $C^2$ but not $C^3$ at $x = 0$
Yes; now I see. Thank you.
Nov
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revised Show that the function $h(x) = \int^x_0 g(t) \, dt$ is $C^2$ but not $C^3$ at $x = 0$
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21
comment Show that the function $h(x) = \int^x_0 g(t) \, dt$ is $C^2$ but not $C^3$ at $x = 0$
Function $f$ is $C^1$ but not $C^0$ at $x = 0$ as $f'(x) = \frac{1}{3}x^{-2/3}$ for $x \neq 0$, and 'undefined' for $x = 0$.