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Higher Mathematics – Suvorov
In this post, we will see the book Higher Mathematics: Textbook for Technical Schools by I. Suvorov. About the book The book is divided into three parts. The first part deals with basic analytic geometry in the plane. The straight … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, conic sections, coordinates, Derivatives, differential calculus, extremal problems, functions, geometry, graphs, high school, integral calculus, limits, lines, mathematics, peace publishers, power series, problems, quadric curves, series, soviet, straight line
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A Course of Higher Mathematics (Vols. 1 – 5) – Smirnov
In this post, we will see the six volume A Course of Higher Mathematics by V. I. Smirnov. About the Course Volume I Elementary Calculus is primarily concerned with differential and integral calculus. Particular emphasis is given to functional relationships … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, applied mathematics, bessel function, calculus, calculus of variation, classical field theory, complex integration, complex numbers, determinants, differential calculus, differential equations, elliptic functions, field theory, fractional functions, functional analysis, functions, Functions of Several Variables, hermitian polynomials, integral equations, integration, laguerre polynomials, line integrals, linear algebra, linear differential equations, linear transfor, linear transformations, mathematical physics, multiple integrals, partial differential equations, quadratic forms, seies, special functions, spherical functions, theory of groups, theory of integral equations, theory of limits, vector analysis
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Mathematical Problems: An Anthology ( Pocket Mathematical Library Work Book 3) – Dynkin et al
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical Problems: An Anthology ( Pocket Mathematical Library Work Book 3) by E. B. Dynkin; S. A. Molchanov; A. L. Rozental; A. K. Tolpygo. About the book Regardless of their difficulty, the … Continue reading
Algunos libros de matemática en Español (Some mathematics books in Spanish)
While browsing through The Internet Archive I stumbled across a few mathematics books in Spanish. We have some of these titles in English, but not all. All credits to The Internet Archive user @librosmir Curso De Algebra Superior A. Kurosch … Continue reading
Equality, Resemblance and Order – Schreider
In this post, we will see the book Equality, Resemblance, and Order by Ju. A. Schreider. About the book This book tells how one may formally describe properties of the wellknown relations mentioned in the title. This example is used to … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, binary, distributions, equations, equivalence, functions, geometric objects, high school mathematics, homomorphism, identity, mathematical linguistics, mathematics, mir books, models, operations, order, relations, resemblance, set theory, syntactical structures, tree orders
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Operational Methods – Maslov
In this post, we will see the book Operational Methods by V. P. Maslov. …This book is devoted to one, but sufficiently general operational method, which absorbs many operational methods known to date and allows for the uniform solution of … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, asymptotic methods, calculus, canonical transformations, cauchy problem, dissipation, eigenfunctions, functions, hamiltonjacobi equations, homomorphism, lagranian, Lie Nilpotent Algebra, mathematics, Noncommutative, operational calculus, operational method, operators, schmidt space, spectrum, tproducts, theorem
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Solving Problems In Algebra and Trigonometry – Litvinenko, Mordkovich
In this post, we will see the book Solving Problems In Algebra and Trigonometry – V. Litvinenko, A. Mordkovich. In an earlier post, we had seen the companion volume to this book Solving Problems in Geometry. The companion volume also has … Continue reading
The kinematic method in geometrical problems – Lyubich, Shor
In this post we will one of the volumes in the Little Mathematics Library series titled The kinematic method in geometrical problems by Yu. I. Lyubich and L. A. Shor. About the book: When solving a geometrical problem it is helpful to … Continue reading
Little Mathematics Library An Unusual Algebra
The next book on LML series is here. An Unusual Algebra by I.M.Yaglom Translated from the Russian by G. Volosova. About The present book is based on the lecture given by the author to senior pupils in Moscow on the 20th of April … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, little mathematics library, lml, mathematics, mir, unusual
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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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