Little Mathematics Library – Recursion Sequences – Markushevich

In this post, we will see the book Recursion Sequences by A. I. Markushevich. This book is a part of the Little Mathematics Library series.

About the book

This book is one of the “Popular Lectures in Mathematics” series, widely used by Soviet school mathematics clubs and circles and on teachers’ refresher courses. It is a clear introduction for fifth and sixth-form pupils to the variety of recurring series and progressions and their role in mathematics. Is well illustrated with examples and 73 formulas.

The book was translated from the Russian by V. Zhitomirsky and was first published by Mir in 1975 and reprinted in 1983.

Note: A few weeks ago we got featured on Russian tech website and our work was received enthusiastically. One of the book lovers from the site, Angelika, contacted us and sent a scan of this book as a gift. Many thanks to Angelika for the scan!

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PS: Have created a good LaTeX template for the Little Mathematics Library series using scrbook class. Will post the details soon.

PPS: And also have the electronic version of this book, done in LaTeX almost ready.


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4 Responses to Little Mathematics Library – Recursion Sequences – Markushevich

  1. Pingback: Little Mathematics Library | Yassin Balcha

  2. Eric says:

    Hello everyone! good news! I about to get both Problems in Physics by N.I. Goldfarb and Questions and Problems in General Physics by I.V. Savelyev which are two rare books indeed. They will be in pdf format obviously. The Goldfarb book won’t be the best scan but the other one is 600 dbi.


  3. Jacob C says:

    Thaank you for sharing


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