The extensive use of mathematics in some parts of physics at undergraduate level tends to obscure the underlying physical ideas from all but the more mathematically adept students. Mathematics is an essential part of physics and students need to learn to handle it. There are no short cuts and to develop a logical understanding of physics it is necessary to work through some parts of the theory step by step.
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