# Update: I’m Still Writing The Road to Quantum Mechanics

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You haven’t seen much from me for a few weeks, but I’ve been doing a lot behind the scenes.

It’s been about three weeks since I’ve published my last article for two reasons:

- I want to finish writing most of the articles in the Mathematical Objects arc before I publish future articles.
- I’ve been tutoring students more frequently since they’ve been having tests and finals.

As you can imagine, the second reason is not going to be as much of a problem soon, so I want to focus on the first reason.

# Plans for the Road to Quantum Mechanics

I want to start this update by talking about my plans for the series yet again. This time, I’ll have a much greater focus on the next few articles.

## Finishing The Mathematical Objects Arc

Currently the plan for the next few articles in the series will be

*The Generalized Stokes’ Theorem**An Intro to Tensors**The Levi-Civita Symbol and Alternating Tensors**Tensors in Physics (maybe)**Maxwell’s Equations and Differential Forms*

Of these articles, I’ve written the majority of the content for *The Generalized Stokes’ Theorem*, *An Intro to Tensors*, and *Maxwell’s Equations and Differential Forms*. I have started neither *Tensors in Physics* nor *The Levi-Civita Symbol and Alternating Tensors*, but I know neither will be difficult. For *Tensors in Physics*, I plan on talking about continuum mechanics and the multipole expansion using tensors. That article will likely be shorter than my normal articles because I don’t feel that I need to go into any significant depth. For a start, I haven’t built up a Quantum Mechanical model of a solid, so we won’t be able to go into too much depth into the underlying Physics. Plus, if you think of the multipole expansion like a Laurent series, it’s short enough to cover. Likewise, I shouldn’t have too much trouble with *The Levi-Civita Symbol and Alternating Tensors* because it’s a well-covered topic and the only goal is to rewrite differential forms in terms of tensors.