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I must agree with PAllen on this one: I tried more than once but this book is just all over the place and a pedagogical mess. It is a horrible medium for learning the subject; it serves better as a reference text. There are many GR books out there that are far more elegant in the exposition and imbued with modern differential geometry (Wald for example).I don't disagree, my vote for strongly agree is based on sentimental values and I wish I were in school today instead of work where they expect results. The book also had a novel tracks scheme so that you could cover a core level and then go thru the book again at a more advanced level which was quite novel at the time. I don't disagree, my vote for strongly agree is based on sentimental values and I wish I were in school today instead of work where they expect results.

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The book also had a novel tracks scheme so that you could cover a core level and then go thru the book again at a more advanced level which was quite novel at the time.Yes it seems the book holds a lot of sentimental value for many people which is a great thing. There may be people with a certain mindset about physics who would find MTW better but I personally like books that are more mathematical / abstract when it comes to physics topics that allow such abstraction. It is still a great reference tome though as I think you would agree.

BTW, does someone know if all the problems in this MTW book were completely solved, and in case that they were, do you happen to know where may I find this complete solutions manual? I read somewhere that some of the problems in it appear in the white problems book in GR, but surely not all of them, right? I am asking on one part, is that I think someday to embark on a journey through this book, and try to solve most (if not all of it, I am sure now it looks quite horrific to do, and quite consuming hobby) of the problems in it, so if there is a known solution manual then I will give up on this, and will pay more attention to understand the solutions (maybe expand on them). Perhaps I need to contact Kip Thorne. I'll let you know if he'll reply. (BTW this is not the only telephone book that I am thinking of understanding the solutions in it, also Sedra and Smith in Microelectronics, but for this one I do have the solution manual, I reackon there will be mistakes in the solutions manual which hopefully I'll spot and correct; part of the learning proccess is not just knowing the solutions, but also understand them, why every step follows from the former etc; headaches galore. Peterbilt Service Manual Model 320. :-D ). BTW, does someone know if all the problems in this MTW book were completely solved, and in case that they were, do you happen to know where may I find this complete solutions manual?I would presume that they have all been solved but no full solutions manual exists (trust me I've searched).

However you won't need one for most of the problems in MTW as you'll know the starting pointing and the ending point, you just need to know the middle passage so if you get stuck you can always ask for help here or elsewhere; I haven't solved all of the problems in MTW but I can help wherever possible. MTW problems do tend to vary wildly in conceptual vs.

Computational difficulty in my experience. However the problems in MTW and those in Lightman et al are infinitely better than those in most other GR books with the exception of Rindler's book. I read somewhere that some of the problems in it appear in the white problems book in GR, but surely not all of them, right?Certainly not all of them, no, but there are quite a few overlaps between the two.

But Lightman et al is an invaluable reference because of the extremely elegant solutions to problems provided. It's funny because one of the authors of Lightman et al was my QM professor and he stressed the exact same elegant techniques in solutions that he and the other authors stressed in the GR problem book aforementioned.

Is there an online errata for this book? I assume the published version does still have the odd mistake. Almost always when I can't understand something in the book it is because I'm confused, so when there is a mistake in the book I spend ages trying to work out where I have gone wrong. Bmw Z4 207 Repair Manual.

I'm just looking at page 141 last 2 lines of exercise 5.1, which says there is a tension of (E 2+B 2) along the field lines. I'm 99.9% sure that this is wrong and that it is only right when the magnetic field is parallel to the electric field. I would be happier to be 100% sure, and it occurred to me that there may be an errata for the book online somewhere.

I don't know I'm just looking at page 141 last 2 lines of exercise 5.1, which says there is a tension of (E 2+B 2) along the field lines. I'm 99.9% sure that this is wrong and that it is only right when the magnetic field is parallel to the electric field.

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I must agree with PAllen on this one: I tried more than once but this book is just all over the place and a pedagogical mess. It is a horrible medium for learning the subject; it serves better as a reference text. There are many GR books out there that are far more elegant in the exposition and imbued with modern differential geometry (Wald for example).I don't disagree, my vote for strongly agree is based on sentimental values and I wish I were in school today instead of work where they expect results. The book also had a novel tracks scheme so that you could cover a core level and then go thru the book again at a more advanced level which was quite novel at the time. I don't disagree, my vote for strongly agree is based on sentimental values and I wish I were in school today instead of work where they expect results.

Solution Manual Gravitation Misner

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Solution Manual Gravitation Misner

The book also had a novel tracks scheme so that you could cover a core level and then go thru the book again at a more advanced level which was quite novel at the time.Yes it seems the book holds a lot of sentimental value for many people which is a great thing. There may be people with a certain mindset about physics who would find MTW better but I personally like books that are more mathematical / abstract when it comes to physics topics that allow such abstraction. It is still a great reference tome though as I think you would agree.

BTW, does someone know if all the problems in this MTW book were completely solved, and in case that they were, do you happen to know where may I find this complete solutions manual? I read somewhere that some of the problems in it appear in the white problems book in GR, but surely not all of them, right? I am asking on one part, is that I think someday to embark on a journey through this book, and try to solve most (if not all of it, I am sure now it looks quite horrific to do, and quite consuming hobby) of the problems in it, so if there is a known solution manual then I will give up on this, and will pay more attention to understand the solutions (maybe expand on them). Perhaps I need to contact Kip Thorne. I'll let you know if he'll reply. (BTW this is not the only telephone book that I am thinking of understanding the solutions in it, also Sedra and Smith in Microelectronics, but for this one I do have the solution manual, I reackon there will be mistakes in the solutions manual which hopefully I'll spot and correct; part of the learning proccess is not just knowing the solutions, but also understand them, why every step follows from the former etc; headaches galore. Peterbilt Service Manual Model 320. :-D ). BTW, does someone know if all the problems in this MTW book were completely solved, and in case that they were, do you happen to know where may I find this complete solutions manual?I would presume that they have all been solved but no full solutions manual exists (trust me I've searched).

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However you won't need one for most of the problems in MTW as you'll know the starting pointing and the ending point, you just need to know the middle passage so if you get stuck you can always ask for help here or elsewhere; I haven't solved all of the problems in MTW but I can help wherever possible. MTW problems do tend to vary wildly in conceptual vs.

Computational difficulty in my experience. However the problems in MTW and those in Lightman et al are infinitely better than those in most other GR books with the exception of Rindler's book. I read somewhere that some of the problems in it appear in the white problems book in GR, but surely not all of them, right?Certainly not all of them, no, but there are quite a few overlaps between the two.

But Lightman et al is an invaluable reference because of the extremely elegant solutions to problems provided. It's funny because one of the authors of Lightman et al was my QM professor and he stressed the exact same elegant techniques in solutions that he and the other authors stressed in the GR problem book aforementioned.

Is there an online errata for this book? I assume the published version does still have the odd mistake. Almost always when I can't understand something in the book it is because I'm confused, so when there is a mistake in the book I spend ages trying to work out where I have gone wrong. Bmw Z4 207 Repair Manual.

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I'm just looking at page 141 last 2 lines of exercise 5.1, which says there is a tension of (E 2+B 2) along the field lines. I'm 99.9% sure that this is wrong and that it is only right when the magnetic field is parallel to the electric field. I would be happier to be 100% sure, and it occurred to me that there may be an errata for the book online somewhere.

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I don't know I'm just looking at page 141 last 2 lines of exercise 5.1, which says there is a tension of (E 2+B 2) along the field lines. I'm 99.9% sure that this is wrong and that it is only right when the magnetic field is parallel to the electric field.