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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 … Continue reading
Optics – Matveev
We had previously seen Mechanics and Theory of Relativity, and Electricity and Magnetism by A. N. Matveev. In this post we will see another book, Optics by this great author. From the preface The subject matter of the book is … Continue reading
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Krasnov – Aerodynamics 2
In this post we will see Aerodynamics 2 : Methods of Aerodynamic Calculations by N. F. Krasnov. In an earlier post we have seen Volume 1 of this book. Before beginning the second part, readers should be familiar with the theoretical fundamentals of … Continue reading