Mathematical methods of physics is an indispensable of the physicist's education. Traditionally, the contents of a such a course is to serve modern physical science from classical (analytical) mechanics to electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, relativistic theories, astronomy, theory of fields, statistical physics, condensed matter physics and many interdisciplinary topics. In the same extendit is a most for the students and specialist in related scientific fields - biophysics, chemistry, chemical physics, engineering. This puts specific requirements. A course of Mathematical methods of physics may not be a replica of mathematical courses with their completeness, abstract and sometimes artificial modelsoften alien to the physical style of thinking. It must be an effective introduction into the most necessary and basic methods applied. It should be in no way a collection of applications to physical problems, but 'methods' for solving them.