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33-650 General Relativity

Prerequisites:33-211 and 33-339
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General Relativity (GR) is the foundation upon which we build a theory for the universe. The course will outline GR and provide the students with a solid physical understanding of the elegant theory. The course will also use GR to explain the observable universe and students will get an appreciation of this theory through modern-day experiments.

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