Oct 20, 2017

also for all in 1 math for physics books, there's a bunch: Arfken et al., Mary Boas, Riley/Hobson /Bence etc: https://www.amazon.com/Mathematical-Methods-Physicists-Seven...

and http://www.goldbart.gatech.edu/PostScript/MS_PG_book/bookmas...

These are sort of orthogonal to the OP's link, they're not covering analysis, abstract algebra and topology, instead they're covering dif eq, spectral analysis, probability/stats, linear algebra.