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Preparation Guide

This guide is made by Mr. Anwar Khan. We are very thankful to him for sharing. This guide is helpful to prepare papers for MSc Mathematics (annual system) from University of Sargodha.

1. REAL ANAYSIS

  • Chapter # 08 sequences and series of Mathematical Method by SM Yousaf (solutions are available here).
  • Chapter # 09 (only those exercises related to maxima and minima of function $z= f(x,y)$ ) of Calculus and analytic Geometry by SM Yousaf (solutions are available here).

2. ALGEBRA ( Groups , Ring Theory and Vector space )

Book: For vector space

  • Chapter # 4,5,7,9 and 11 of Schaum's Outline of Linear Algebra, 4th Edition.

3. COMPLEX ANALYSIS AND DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY

4. MECHANICS ( vector, tensor and mechanics )

Books:

  • Vector and Tensor analysis by Dr. Nawazesh Ali Shah ( Chapter # 4,5,6 and 7 ).
  • Mechanics by Khalid Latif Meer ( Chapter # 4, 5,6,7and 9).
  • Classical Mechanics by Sankara Rao.

5. Topology ( topology and functional analysis )

Books:

Compulsory Subjects:

1. ADVANCE ANALYSIS ( set theory , measure theory , hypr geometric series )

2. Numerical analysis

Books:

  • Numerical analysis by Sankara Rao
  • Notes of scholar academy for numerical analysis

3. Mathematical Method for Physics

Books:

  • Mathematical Method for Physics by Khalid Latif Meer.
  • Mathematical Method for Physics By Laldin Baig.

Optional Subjects:

1. Number Theory ( analytic number theory and algebraic number theory )

2. Advance Group Theory

Books:

  • Theory of Groups by Dr Abdul Majeed (from Chapter # 7 to last )

3. Mathematical statistic

  • (Notes of scholar academy for Mathematical statistic)

Note: optional subjects can be chosen other then mentioned above and 100 marks viva will be conducted at the end of part-2 examination from part-1 course.

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