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Differential and Integral Calculus (Volumes 1 & 2) – Piskunov
In this post, we will see the much awaited two volume set Differential and Integral Calculus by N. Piskunov. About the book Text book by the late professor Nikolai Piskunov DSs (Physics and Maths) is devoted to the most … Continue reading
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Tagged Applications of Differential Calculus to Solid Geometry, Certain Theorems on Differentiable Functions, complex numbers, Continuity of a Function, Derivative and Differential, differential equations, Elements of the Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics, fourier series, function, Functions of Several Variables, Limit, Line and Surface Integrals, mathematics, matrices, Mechanical Applications of the Definite Integral, mir publishers, multiple integrals, Number, Operational Calculus and Certain of its Applications, polynomials, series, soviet, The Curvature of a Curve, The Definite Integral, The Equations of Mathematical Physics, The Indefinite Integral, Variable
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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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Complex Numbers in Geometry – Yaglom
In this post, we will see the book Complex Numbers in Geometry by I. M. Yaglom. About the book This book is intended for pupils in the top classes in high schools and for students in mathematics departments of universities … Continue reading
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Tagged circular geometry, circular trasformation, complex numbers, Double Numbers, Dual Numbers, Geometrical Interpretation of Complex Numbers, geometry, Hypercomplex Numbers, Laguerre Transformations, lobachevskian, Lobachevskii Plane, mathematics, Mobius Transformations, noneuclidean, soviet
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Problems in Geometry – Modenov
In this post, we will see the book Problems in Geometry by P. S. Modenov. About the book This text offers certain general methods of solving problems in elementary geometry and is designed for teachers of mathematics in secondary schools and also … Continue reading
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Tagged analytic geometry, complex numbers, geometry, geometry of mascheroni, hart cell, inversion, mathematics, mechanical inversors, peaucellier cell, plane geometry, problems and solutions, problems of inversion, solid geometry, vectors
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Introductory Mathematics for Engineers – Myškis
In this post, we will see the book Introductory Mathematics for Engineers: Lectures in Higher Mathematics by A. D. Myškis. The book is around 800 pages and is very exhaustive in the number of topics it deals in. Starting from functions and … Continue reading
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Tagged analytic geometry, complex numbers, continuity, definite integral, Derivatives, determinants, differential equations, differentials, euler's equation, fourier series, fourier transformation, functions, graphs, higher, hilbert space, indefinite integral, interpolation, limits, linear operators, mathematics, matrices, mir books, multiple integrals, partial derivatives, probability, random variables, roots of equations, scalars, series, several variables, solid analytic geometry, systems of linear algebraic equations, triple product, variables, vectors
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The Theory of Functions of A Complex Variable – Sveshnikov, Tikhonov
In this post we will see the book The Theory of Functions of A Complex Variable by A. G. Sveshnikov and A. N. Tikhonov. About the book The book covers basic aspects of complex numbers, complex variables and complex … Continue reading
Lectures on the Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable – Sidorov, Fedoryuk, Shabunin
In this post we will see the book Lectures on the Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable by Yu. V. Sidorov, M. V. Fedoryuk, M. I. Shabunin. About the book This book is based on more than ten years … Continue reading
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Tagged analytic functions, branch points, complex numbers, complex variables, conformal mappings, laplace transformations, Laurent series, mathematics, mir publilshers, operational calculus, power series, residues, riemann surface
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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 – 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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