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Spacetime Geometry and General Relativity

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Spacetime Geometry and General Relativity
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Publisher: King's College London
Number of pages: 48

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This course is meant as introduction to what is widely considered to be the most beautiful and imaginative physical theory ever devised: General Relativity. It is assumed that you have a reasonable knowledge of Special Relativity as well as tensors.

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