# Theoretical, Mathematical, and Computational
Physics

Series by George Hrabovsky, MAST

This will constitute a complete course in
theoretical physics.

The Mathematica notebooks require either
Mathematica 8 or later, or the free Mathematica
CDF Viewer, though the viewer cannot run
the programs, (you can find that here).

The web pages below are of less quality than
the notebooks or pdfs.

#### Day 1: Introduction to Theoretical Physics,
16 March 2009, revised 22 February 2012

Web Page

Mathematica Notebook

PDF

#### Day 2: Logic and Proof, 25 April 2010, revised
22 February 2012

Web Page

Mathematica Notebook

PDF

#### Day 3: Introduction to Mathematical Physics:
Arguments by Algebra and Logarithms

Mathematica Notebook

PDF

#### Day 4: Introduction to Mathematical Physics:
Arguments by Sets, Functions, and Equations

Mathematica Notebook

PDF

#### Day 5: Introduction to Mathematical Physics:
Arguments by Geometry and Trigonometry

Mathematica Notebook

PDF

#### Review of Week 1

Day 6: Introduction to Mathematical Physics:
Arguments by Trigonometry

Day 7: Introduction to Mathematical Physics:
Analytic Geometry

Day 8: Introduction to Mathematical Physics:
Limits and Differential Calculus

Day 9: Introduction to Mathematical Physics:
Integral Calculus

Day 10: Introduction to Mathematical Physics:
Infinite Series

Review of Week 2

#### Day 11: Introduction to Computational Physics,
29 April 2009, revised 22 April 2010

Mathematica Notebook

PDF

#### Day 4: Physical Phenomena, 31 January 2010

Mathematica Notebook

PDF

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