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Expanding on the skills mastered in 95.381 Mathematical Physics I, this course is designed to continue developing competency in the applied mathematics required of junior and senior level physics majors. Intended for students having completed at least 2 years of physics and math, topics covered will involve ordinary, differential equations, calculus of variations, tensor analysis, special functions, series solutions of differential equations, partial differential equations, and complex variables as well as probability and statistics. Students will be trained with the rigor required to solve a wide range of applications in the physical sciences.
Pre-Req: PHYS.3810 Mathematical Physics I with a 'C-' or better, or Spring 2020 grade of "P".