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I'd say if you have a basic understanding of calculus (derivatives and integrals), you could get though Griffiths' books with another companion book, like what my college used: https://www.amazon.com/Mathematical-Methods-Physical-Science...

I'm still upset that my copies of Griffiths' texts were stolen my senior year of college...




Yeah, I could see that. Mostly, you need to be really comfortable with multivariable integration.




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