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Pijush Roy

So good 2022-03-28

Arsan Somuncu

The basic concepts and approaches are explained quite nicely without going into complex analysis. Thanks to everyone who contributed. 2021-07-16

Oliver Baum

excellent, very well explained, a superb teacher!!! thanks a lot! :-) 2021-05-17

Rolf Alexandro Casula

Interesting the part about Einstein's relativity and quantum mechanics or nuclear physics. Classical mechanics was also interesting. But the part regarding electricity and magnetism was not very well explained: just cold formulas, too mechanical and too fast, and the topic "pieces" were not very well assembled. 2021-05-09

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