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An outstanding and highly mathematical treatment of general relativity. A little out of date in some places and almost definitely not for undergraduates. Read morePublished 1 month ago by User
This book follows a very rigorous mathematical path. Sometime need more parallel explanation in an intuitive way. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Villaret V.
Great book in this subject. Too much narration for me.
I am just keen on working on equations but really slow in reading so much narration... Read more
I am a fifth year PhD student in Probability and Statistics with an interest in Physics. I decided to buy this book to learn General Relativity on my own. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ankur Sharma
The book itself is great, but the Kindle version looks very bad. So often the math formulas are messed up.Published 9 months ago by Tad
The kindle version is difficult to use and the formulas are sometimes impossible to read. I would not recommend getting the kindle version .Published 10 months ago by takato umeda
Enough has been said about the quality of the book as a reference for physics, so I won't speak on this.
The quality of the printing, however, is poor. Read more
Balances dense scientific and mathematical content with entertaining prose.
One of the most engaging Physics texts I've read.
Best condition. Right out of the box. But this time they delayed it a bit... But its all okay if the item is okayPublished 11 months ago by Mudit Jain