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on 21 January 2016
I had been struggling with this stuff for a year at uni and found every book on this subject to be confusing and big. I only realised what maxwells equations actually were when I got this book. people kept talking about them but despite using them i didnt even know which ones were, which ones weren't etc. I find it amazing that noone has put them down in this way before and im grateful this guy did. The equations themselves are actually explained properly which I found a revelation as all other texts seem to think I understand all the notation without even referencing it. No problems with that here. He also uses the normal unit vector operator which many texts like to hide which in the past caused me a lot of trouble.
My only issue is that the answers to the problems are on the internet. This is a bit cheeky as the book is small and they should have just printed them. This is not a cheap book for the size and this is irritating as i like my books to be complete. however I wont knock off a star because this is the only book that serves its purpose. Would recommend