# Category Archives: little mathematics library

## Little Mathematics Library – Plotting Graphs

The graph of the sine, wave after wave, Flows along the axis of abscissas… (FROM STUDENT LORE) In the Little Mathematics Library series we now come to Plotting  Graphs by G. E. Shilov. We have already seen another book by … Continue reading

| Tagged , , , | 7 Comments

## Little Mathematics Library – Inequalities

In the Little Mathematics Library series we now come to Inequalities by P. P. Korovkin. In this booklet the author did not pursue the aim of presenting the  basic properties of inequalities and made an attempt only to familiarize students … Continue reading

## Little Mathematics Library – The Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic

In the Little Mathematics Library series we now come to Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic by L. A. Kaluzhnin. In this booklet, Prof. Kaluzhnin deals with one of the fundamental propositions of arithmetic of rational whole numbers – the uniqueness of … Continue reading

## Little Mathematics Library – Elements of Game Theory

In the Little Mathematics Library series we now come to Elements of  Game Theory by Ye. S. Venttsel. This book treats in a popular manner the elements of game theory and some methods for solving matrix games. It contains almost … Continue reading

## Little Mathematics Library – Dividing A Line Segment in Given Ratio

There is no branch of mathematics such that one could have the right to say: “I have complete knowledge of this”. The most elementary problem has hidden in it unexpected connections with other problems, and this process of going deeper … Continue reading

## Little Mathematics Library – Complex Numbers and Conformal Mappings

The book, containing a wealth of illustrative material, acquaints the reader with complex numbers and operations on them and also with conformal mappings, that is mappings which preserve the angles (they are employed in cartography, mechanics, physics). After seeing two … Continue reading

## Little Mathematics Library – Calculus of Rational Functions – Shilov

If, however, we restrict ourselves to a comparatively narrow class of rational functions and utilize the illustrative language of graphs, we can present the concepts of derivative and integral in a few pages, sufficiently accurately and at the same time … Continue reading

## Little Mathematics Library – Areas and Logarithms

We now come to Areas and Logarithms by A. I. Markushevich in the  Little Mathematics Library. We have already seen his remarkable book titled Remarkable Curves . This book offers a geometric theory of logarithms, in which (natural) logarithms are represented … Continue reading