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Mathematics Can Be Fun – Yakov Perelman
This one was long pending: Mathematics Can Be Fun by Yakov Perelman To read and enjoy this book it will suffice to possess a modest knowledge of mathematics, i.e. a knowledge of the rules of arithmetic and elementary geometry. Very … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, fun, geometry, mathematics, perelman, puzzles, yakov perelman
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Generalized Functions in Mathematical Physics – Vladimirov
In this post we will see the book Generalized Functions in Mathematical Physics by V. S. Vladimirov. About the book: … modern mathematical physics makes extensive use of the latest attainments of mathematics, one of which is the theory of … Continue reading
Maths with Mummy
We come back after a long time with the book Maths with Mummy by V. Zhitomirsky and L. Shevrin. About the book Maths with Mummy introduces young children to mathematics. What should a child learn during this first introduction? Obviously this basic information … Continue reading
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Tagged chidlren, education, mathematics, raduga
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Update: Books in Comments
It has been a while since anything new was posted by me. But many good natured people have invested their time and efforts to keep the book coming. This post is for bringing forth those contributions and contributors. Chances are … Continue reading
Electricity and Magnetism – Matveev
We now come to a long awaited book by A. N. Matveev. Sometime back we had seen his Mechanics and Theory of Relativity. In this post we will see Electricity and Magnetism. This book is a part of 5 book … Continue reading
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Tagged ampere's law, biosavart law, conductivity, coulomb's law, dielectrics, direct current, electric charge, electricity, electromagnetic field, electromagnetic induction, electromagnetic waves, electromagnetism, electrostatic field, invariance, kirchoff's laws, magnetics, magnetism, matveev, maxwells's equations, noise, quasi stationary, Quasistationary Electromagnetic Field, wave guides
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Fundamentals of The Theory of Electricity – Tamm
Fundamentals of the Theory of Electricity is a classical course in electrodynamics written by Igor E. Tamm (18951971), one of the most outstanding and wellknown Soviet physicists. In this post we will see a book titled Fundamentals of The Theory … Continue reading
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Tagged coulomb's law, dielectrics, dipole, electric current, electric field, gauss's law, joule's law, kirchoff's laws, lorentz force, magnetics, ohm's law, polarization, ponderomotive interaction, potential function, poynting's theorem, Quasistationary Electromagnetic Field, skin effect, vector potential
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Electrodynamics – Novozhilov, Yappa
In this post we will see Electrodynamics by Yu. V. Novozhilov and Yu. A. Yappa. From the Preface: This book originated from our experience in teaching electrodynamics as part of a series of lectures in theoretical physics. The lectures were … Continue reading
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Tagged absorption, boundary value problems, current, dielectrics, electrodynamics, electromagnetic field, isotropic media, lorentzdirac equation, mathematics, maxwells's equations, MHD, mir books, noether's theorem, potential function, radiation thermodynamics, relativistic electrodynamics, scattering, special relativity, wave equations
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