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Little Mathematics Library – Differentiation Explained
We begin with the Little Mathematics Library series once again, after a long break. We first see the book titled Differentiation Explained by V. G. Boltyansky (Boltyanskii). The author in the Preface says: High school students, especially those interested in … Continue reading
Little Mathematics Library – Lobachevskian Geometry
We now come to Lobachevskian Geometry by A. S. Smogorzhevsky in the Little Mathematics Library series.As the title of the book suggests the book is about one of the nonEuclidean geometries viz. the one by Lobachevsky. The back cover of … Continue reading
Little Mathematics Library – Remarkable Curves
In the Little Mathematics Library series we now come to Remarkable Curves, by a very remarkable author A. I. Markushevich. I am saying that he is remarkable as he has many good books under his sleeve, some of which we … Continue reading
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Tagged archimedes, catenary, conic sections, curves, cycloid, exponential, graphs, hyperbola, involute, logarithmic, parabola, pascal, spiral, theorem
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Little Mathematics Library – Proof In Geometry
We now come to Proof in Geometry in by A. I. Fetisov in the Little Mathematics Library series. The Introduction of the book says: The pupils often fail to understand why truths should be proved that seem quite evident without … Continue reading
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Tagged geometric proofs, geometry, meaning, mistakes, proof, propositions, topics in mathematics
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Little Mathematics Library – The Monte Carlo Method
We now come to The Monte Carlo Method by I. M. Sobol in the Little Mathematics Library series. The book has a random number table as one of the appendices, which is sort of out dated, when we have access … Continue reading
Little Mathematics Library – Systems of Linear Inequalities
In the Little Mathematics Library now we come to Systems of Linear Inequalities by A. S. Solodovnikov. This booklet is one of longest in the LML series, having more than 120 pages. The back cover of the book says the … Continue reading
Little Mathematics Library – Induction in Geometry
After a break we being with our postings again. To start, we will see a title in the Little Mathematics Library which is a`natural continuation’ of last post, this one is called Induction in Geometry and the authors are L. … Continue reading
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Tagged geometry, induction, map coloring, number of dimensions, proof, yaglom
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Little Mathematics Library – The Method of Mathematical Induction
In the Little Mathematics Library we now come to the book called The Method of Mathematical Induction by I. S. Sominsky (aka Sominskii). In the foreword it is said: The method of mathematical induction, which is the subject of this … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, induction, mathematics, proof, theorems
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Little Mathematics Library – Stereographic Projection
We now come to another book in the Little Mathematics Library titled Stereographic Projection by B. A. Rosenfeld and N. D. Sergeeva. As the title suggests the book deals with projections on planes. The present booklet is devoted to proofs … Continue reading
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Tagged complex numbers, geometry, inversion, lobachevskian, projection, spherical, stereographic
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Little Mathematics Library – Method of Successive Approximations
In the Little Mathematics Library we now come to Method of Successive Approximations by N. Ya. Vilenkin. As the title suggests the book has to do with approximation methods, but what kind of approximations and for what kind of use … Continue reading