What is quantum mathematics?

I hear its pretty advanced and that numbers disappear out of this dimension or something? what is it? how beneficial is it to know?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Quantum mathematics is just the math behind quantum mechanics--> as mentioned above, all about the small stuff. So unless you want to know how to deal with quantum-scale behavior, it isn't beneficial in the slightest.

    It's really just an application of calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, fourier analysis, probability and statistics, etc.

    As far the above link goes, it's an _okay_ intro to QM. Planck didn't discover that everything was quantized (just light), the suggested link between consciousness and QM is very tenuous and highly controversial, etc.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The study of how extremely tiny things work. Its a really difficult thing to explain, and there are a lot of branches.

    Super complicated stuff, really avoid yahoo answers, ask your teacher. Although, to start you off, read this.

    http://www.higgo.com/quantum/laymans.htm

  • 1 decade ago

    quantum math, as i understand it, refers to chemistry/physics

    it involves electrons

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