Updates…

Physics for Everyone  series has been upped, with improved versions (single page, ocr, covers, pagination and bookmarked). Links in the originals posts have also been updated. Check the files and report problems if any.

Physics for Everyone – Motion and Heat

Book 1- Physical Bodies

Book 2  – Molecules

Book 3 – Electrons

Book 4 – Photons and Nuclei

Password if needed: mirtitles

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6 Responses to Updates…

  1. Hari says:

    Thanks a lot. Can you please update the math titles of mir has published (Other than math for everyone). I would be very thankful.

    • damitr says:

      We will soon start updating the Little Mathematics Library. There is no math for everyone series that I know of.
      D

  2. About the Demonstration in Geometry by A.I. Fetisov (Popular lessons in maths)
    Special Algebra by I.M. Yaglom (Popular lessons in maths)
    Mathematical Analysis in the Field of Rational Functions by G.E. Shilov (Popular lessons in maths)
    Areas and Logarithms by A.I. Markushevich (Popular lessons in maths)
    Eulerian property by Yu. Shashkin (Popular lessons in maths)
    Geometric Constructions Using a Compass by A.N. Kostovski (Popular lessons in maths)
    Divisibility Criteria by N.N. Vorobyov (Popular lessons in maths)
    Inequalities by P.P. Korovkin (Popular lessons in maths)
    Division figures in minor parts by V. Boltianski and I.Gojberg (Popular lessons in maths)
    Dividing a Segment in Reason Given by N.M. Beskin (Popular lessons in maths)
    Inaccurate Division by A.A. Belski – T.H.E. Kaluzhnin (Popular lessons in maths)
    Algebraic Equations of Arbitrary Degrees by A.G. Kurosch (Popular lessons in maths)
    Elements of the Theory of Games by E.S. Ventsel (Popular lessons in maths)
    Equivalent figures and equi composite by V.G. Boltianski (Popular lessons in maths)
    Wonderful Fractions by N. Beskin (Popular lessons in maths)
    Hyperbolic Functions by VG Shervatov (Popular lessons in maths)
    Simple Range / How to Build Graphs by G.E. Shilov (Popular lessons in maths)
    The Envelope by V.G. Boltianski (Popular lessons in maths)
    The Rule of Geometric Constructions by A.S. Smogorzhevski (Popular lessons in maths)
    Problems about Variations of Shorter lines by T.H.E. Liusternik (Popular lessons in maths)
    Algorithms and Automatic Problem Resolution by B.A. Trajtenbrot (Popular lessons in maths)
    Kinematic Method in Geometrical Problems by Yu. I. Lyubich and L.A. Shor (Popular lessons in maths)
    Fibonacci Numbers by N.N. Vorobyov (Popular lessons in maths)
    Elementary Problems and Minimum Maximum / Sum of Infinitely Small Quantities by I.P. Natanson
    (Popular lessons in maths)
    Fixed Points by Yu. Shashkin (Popular lessons in maths)
    What is the Differential Calculus? by V.G. Boltianski (Popular lessons in maths)
    What is Linear Programming by A.S. Barsov (Popular lessons in maths)
    Lines and Curves by N.B. Vasiliev and V.L. Gutenmajer (Popular lessons in maths)
    Spatial representation of Figures by N.M. Beskin (Popular lessons in maths)
    Solving Equations in Integers by A.O. Guelfond (Popular lessons in maths)
    Numbering System by S.V. Fomin (Popular lessons in maths)
    Recurring Sequences by A.I. Kostrikin (Popular lessons in maths)
    Configuration Theorems by B.I. Argunov and T.H.E. Skorniakov (Popular lessons in maths)

    All books from MIR PUBLISHERS
    Suggestions will be warmly welcomed
    These books may not found on net but am not sure
    These books are from late 1960’s to early 1990’s
    Most of them are from 1970’s
    Sorry for a long list and sorry if u listed them before
    I was collecting information about these books from last 6 months mainly about LML and PLM (Popular Lectures in Mathematics) or (Popular Lessons in Mathematics)
    If u dont trust me then dont but these books exists if u not now trust me but in future u surely trust
    Thank u for Taking interest

    By Ankit Gahlawat
    😀

    • damitr says:

      Out of these the following we will soon have:

      Special Algebra by I.M. Yaglom (Popular lessons in maths)
      Areas and Logarithms by A.I. Markushevich (Popular lessons in maths)
      Geometric Constructions Using a Compass by A.N. Kostovski (Popular lessons in maths)
      Divisibility Criteria by N.N. Vorobyov (Popular lessons in maths)
      Inequalities by P.P. Korovkin (Popular lessons in maths)
      Division figures in minor parts by V. Boltianski and I.Gojberg (Popular lessons in maths)
      Dividing a Segment in Reason Given by N.M. Beskin (Popular lessons in maths)
      Algebraic Equations of Arbitrary Degrees by A.G. Kurosch (Popular lessons in maths)
      Elements of the Theory of Games by E.S. Ventsel (Popular lessons in maths)
      Equivalent figures and equi composite by V.G. Boltianski (Popular lessons in maths)
      Wonderful Fractions by N. Beskin (Popular lessons in maths)
      Hyperbolic Functions by VG Shervatov (Popular lessons in maths)
      Simple Range / How to Build Graphs by G.E. Shilov (Popular lessons in maths)
      The Rule of Geometric Constructions by A.S. Smogorzhevski (Popular lessons in maths)
      Kinematic Method in Geometrical Problems by Yu. I. Lyubich and L.A. Shor (Popular lessons in maths)
      Fibonacci Numbers by N.N. Vorobyov (Popular lessons in maths)
      Fixed Points by Yu. Shashkin (Popular lessons in maths)
      What is the Differential Calculus? by V.G. Boltianski (Popular lessons in maths)
      What is Linear Programming by A.S. Barsov (Popular lessons in maths)
      Lines and Curves by N.B. Vasiliev and V.L. Gutenmajer (Popular lessons in maths)
      Solving Equations in Integers by A.O. Guelfond (Popular lessons in maths)
      Configuration Theorems by B.I. Argunov and T.H.E. Skorniakov (Popular lessons in maths)

      Also there are many which are not listed here. Especially by Markushevich The Remarkable Sine Fuctions, The Theory of Fucntions of a Complex Variable, and also many by Gelfand, Graphs, Algebra, Method of Coordinates etc. Also we may have some books which were not listed. One good collection listed is on this link.

  3. vijanawetu says:

    Reblogged this on Vijana wetu and commented:
    Thank you for great work on Physics! Will you include Energy as far as Physics concern

  4. reporteroz says:

    Amazing series, many thanks for this huge work!

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