I haven't actually read this book, but from just skimming it, I see that it contains no exercises at all.
There are many fine diff. geometry books out there, some for physicists, some not, which you should check out - Nakahara's text is so much better.
In this book, proofs are sometimes only for special cases of theorems stated more generally and often contain logical errors.
Good introduction, but with several typos and unclear sections.Published 4 days ago by Agustin Arguedas
The very modest description of this used book's condition had me expecting less. It turned out to be in much better shape. Read morePublished 8 months ago by readalot
I haven't actually read this book, but from just skimming it, I see that it contains no exercises at all. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Technogeek
Stephen Hawking's "A brief history of time" talked conceptually about quantum mechanics and its relation to the universe. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Integrity Todd