

Fysikens Matematiska Metoder HT 2016 Mathematical Methods for Physicists(Last updated 20161020)
The second set of advanced handins has been handed out. If you have not received your advanced problem set please contact Lars. Note that the solutions should be given to Lars!
Advanced handin problems:
These are somewhat more advanced and challenging handin problems that you are not necessarily expected to be able to solve. Each student gets an individual set of problems and the solutions will be graded not only for correctness, but also for clarity  you will have sufficient time to work out nice solutions. One will be given on the first half of the course (Chapters 712) and one on the second (Chapters 1315,20). To get credit you must present and discuss your solutions individually with the lecturer (Lars P.). The first problem is due latest September 30. The second problem is due latest October 20.
Conversion table available: Lars has put together a "conversion table" for chapters in Arfken & Weber, 6th edition and Arfken, Weber & Harris, 7th edition. Lecture notes: If you have questions concerning the lectures, lecture notes and the course in general please contact Lars.
Exercise sessions: If you wish that a specific part of the course should be repeated in the exercise session, contact Babak for suggestions.
Old exams: Weekly handin problems: Handins are given each week and posted on the course webpage. You have one week to solve the problem set and to return your solutions. The sum of points you get from individual handins will be divided by the total possible points on the handins giving your point ratio. The point ratio will be multiplied by twelve and rounded to the closest integer to obtain your points from the handins.If you have any questions concerning the weekly handins and their corrections, please contact Sunny.
Practical stuff:
Literature: Arfken, Weber & Harris: Mathematical Methods for Physicists, 7th edition, Elsevier Academic Press 2013 
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