What aspects of math do i need to master in order to be able to understand the equation of quantum chromodynamics, or quantum mechanics?
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adition of numbers not bigger than 10 and also substracting :D
just kidding don't know :D
Calculus of several variables
Analysis of function
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Solving the diffrential equations that you find might not be always feasible so you might need a computer
So what is analysis of a function?
By the way, how long would you say it will take me to learn this?
That is a large topic to explain as such it deals with multiple branches of calculus and linear algebra you would pick this up as you work your way through
Ok, is it college level or..?
I have not yet taken the course to tell you pricisely but may be a 2 months I would say for myself
Cause im in 8th grade and i really want to learn QM. Do you know any sources?
Just 2 months? Awesome!
Actually since you are in 8th grade, try focusing on Algebra I.
Then do geometry, Algebra II, Precal, then Calculus if you are able to in high school.
Once you get into college do a major in math and/or computer science
Computer science majors take so much math in college they just do a double major.
2 months is not a correct amount of time to learn this if you have not already mastered Algebra I