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Mr.Husky

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Hello everyone,

I recently completed kleppner and kolenkow classical mechanics book. Next I am going to learn Electrodynamics. My brother is a EE major and he gave me his copy of "principles of electromagnetics" Matthew Sadiku 4th edition. But a lot of people here recommend Griffiths. So,

1.) Can I use Sadiku as a substitute for Griffiths?

2.) Does Sadiku book prepare me for more advanced em books like zangwill ?

Thank you in advance!!

Edit:- I know calculus 1,2 and linear algebra . Will be going to study ODE.

I recently completed kleppner and kolenkow classical mechanics book. Next I am going to learn Electrodynamics. My brother is a EE major and he gave me his copy of "principles of electromagnetics" Matthew Sadiku 4th edition. But a lot of people here recommend Griffiths. So,

1.) Can I use Sadiku as a substitute for Griffiths?

2.) Does Sadiku book prepare me for more advanced em books like zangwill ?

Thank you in advance!!

Edit:- I know calculus 1,2 and linear algebra . Will be going to study ODE.

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