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I have choice of things like: real analysis, abstract algebra, combinatorics, and linear math(linear algebra on steroids is the gist I get with it). Understanding a mathematician's mind is going to be really useful especially in theory and going after something like a PhD in physics, but right now I want to focus on something that'll be directly applicable to my physics major.

The math classes I've taken so far are: all calc, linear algebra, ordinary DiffEQ, complex analysis, vector analysis(a class dedicated to integrals). Going to be taking a proof based class fall semester along with partial DiffEQ and then an unknown class my spring semester, but it's one of those electives. I really don't know what to to choose because all of those classes seem to go on the side of theoretical and I'm not sure the applicability of them.