# Course Mathematics for physics enthusiasts II

Advanced tools from mathematics for physicists. Level 3 (with higher mathematics)
Level 3 requires the basics of vector calculus, differential and integral calculus. Suitable for undergraduates and high school students.
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Lesson

## Kronecker Delta: 4 Important Rules and Scalar Product in Index Notation

Here you learn everything about Kronecker-Delta! Including 4 calculation rules with Einstein's summation convention, typical mistakes and more.

Video

## Kronecker delta explained simply in 11 minutes!

Quests with solutions
Exercise with solution
Level 3 (with higher mathematics)

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Lesson

## Levi-Civita Symbol and How to Write Cross Product with it

Here you will learn about Levi-Civita symbol; how it is defined and how it can be used to write and prove scalar triple product and cross product.

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Video

## Dirac's Delta Function

Quests with solutions
Exercise with solution
Level 3 (with higher mathematics)

## Simplify 6 Integrals with the Delta Function

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Video

## Fourier Series. An Intuitive Explanation.

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Lesson

## Differential Equations (DEQ): All the Basics Everyone Should Know

Learn what differential equations are, what types there are (ordinary, partial, linear, homogeneous), and what boundary and initial conditions are good for.

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## Differential Equations explained simply in 47 minutes!

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## Separation of Variables (SoV) and How to Solve Homogeneous DEQ's of 1st Order

Learn how to solve first order homogeneous differential equations using the separation of variables (SoV) method. With example for the decay law.

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Lesson

## Variation of Constants and How to Solve Inhomogeneous Differential Equations of 1st Order

Learn "Variation of constants" - solution method. With its solution formula you can solve ordinary inhomogeneous differential equations of 1st order.

Video

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Lesson

## Exponential Ansatz and How to Solve Linear Differential Equations (of 2nd order)

Learn how to solve linear differential equations (2nd order) using the exponential approach and how to use the characteristic equation (+ example).

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Lesson

## Separation of Variables and How to Solve Partial Differential Equations

Separation of variables (product approach) is suitable for converting partial differential equations (PDE's) into ordinary differential equations and then solving them with other methods.

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Lesson

## Gradient and How to Calculate the Directional Derivative

Learn to calculate the gradient of a function using the Nabla operator and to determine the directional derivative.

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Formula

## Gradient of a scalar function

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Mathematical proof

## First and Second Green's Identity

Proof of the two Green's identities (formulas) using the Gauss integral theorem, which are useful in the calculation of some electric potentials.

Video

## Divergence Theorem: The Simplest Explanation Every Physicist Should Know

Derivations & Experiments
Mathematical proof

## First and Second Green's Identity

Proof of the two Green's identities (formulas) using the Gauss integral theorem, which are useful in the calculation of some electric potentials.

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