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Topic: a question about differential geometry
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From: pa
Registered: 5/16/08
Re: a question about differential geometry
Posted: May 28, 2008 4:49 PM
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Thanks a lot. I ll rather try to improve linear algebra and calculus. I was just wondering that becuase I was somewhat itnerested in perhaps one day studying quantum gravity I dunno much about it yet but I know it is strongly based in geometry, So I guess that perhaps a strong background in differential geoemtry and general relativity is needed. plus some quantum mechanics, lie algebras and lagrangian and hamiltonian mechanics. It might be a long way to go so perhaps it is ok just to read some of the hard material before actualy starting to study it for first time.



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