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Tag Archives: continued fractions
Mathematical Analysis – Functions, Limits, Series, Continued Fractions – Lyusternik, Yanpol’skii (Eds.)
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical Analysis – Functions, Limits, Series, Continued Fractions edited by L. A. Lyusternik; A. R. Yanpol’skii. About the book The present book, together with its companion volume devoted to the differential and … Continue reading
Elements of Number Theory – Vinogradov
In this post, we will see the book Elements Of Number Theory by I. M. Vinogradov. About the book (from the author) In my book I present a systematic exposition of the funda mentals of number theory within the scope … Continue reading
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Tagged composite modulus, congruences, congruences of second degree, continued fractions, divisibility theory, Euclid’s Algorithm, Euler Function, fermat's theorem, mathematics, Mobius Function, number theoretical functions, number theory, prime numbers, primitive indices, primitive roots, residues, soviet
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Mathematical Games And Pastimes (Popular Lectures In Mathematics Vol 10) Domoryad
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical Games And Pastimes (Popular Lectures In Mathematics Vol 10) by A. P. Domoryad. About the book The greater part of this book is devoted to classical games. The first few chapters … Continue reading
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Tagged arrangement of points, board problems, chess problems, combinatorics, congruences, construction of curves, continued fractions, drawing with one stroke of pencil, euler squares, game of fifteen, hamilton's game, indeterminate equations, logical problems, magic squares, mathematical borders, mathematical games, mathematical puzzles, mathematics, meleda, notations, numerical giants, numerical tricks, paper mathematics, piles of objects, problems about jumpers, problems of josephus flavius, proofs, rapid calculations, recreational, recutting figures, regular polygons, solitaire, solutions, soviet, strip of paper, symmetry, tessellations, time tables
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The Applications Of Continued Fractions And Their Generalizations To Problems In Approximation Theory – Khovanskii
In this post, we will see the book The Applications Of Continued Fractions And Their Generalizations To Problems In Approximation Theory by A. N. Khovanskii. About the book This book on continued fractions is devoted to certain selected topics in … Continue reading
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Tagged approximations, binomial function expansion, boole equation, calculations, calculations of roots, continued fractions, Convergence Tests for Continued Fractions, exponential approximation, gamma function, generalized continued fractions, hypergeometric Series, natural logarithm approximation, Obreschkoff's Formula, prym's function, rational function approximations, ricatti equation, series, trigonometric approximations, trigonometric series
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Fibonacci Numbers – Vorob’ev
In this post, we will see the book Fibonacci Numbers by N. N. Vorob’ev. This book is a part of the Popular Lectures In Mathematics series. About the book In elementary mathematics there are many difficult and interesting problems not connected … Continue reading
Computational Mathematics – Demidov, Maron
In this post, we will see the bookComputational Mathematics by B. P. Demidovich and I. A. Maron. About the book The basic aim of this book is to give as far as possible a systematic and modern presentation of the most important … Continue reading
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Tagged approximate differentiation, approximate methods, approximate numbers, computing methods, continued fractio, continued fractions, convergence, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, error estimates, eulermaclaurin formula, functions, graphical integration, integration of functions, interation, interpolation of functions, linear vector space, matrix algebra, mir books, monte carlo method, newton's method, quadrature formula, roots, systems of linear equations
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Little Mathematics Library – Fascinating Fractions
The theory of continued fractions is vast. This booklet covers only its fundamentals, but it contains everything that may be useful for a layman interested in mathematics. One more addition to the Little Mathematics Library series. In this post we … Continue reading
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Tagged archimedes' number, archimedes' puzzle, continued fractions, convergent fractions, fractions, Nonterminating Continued Fractions, nonterminating fractions, olympiads, Puzzle of Pope Gregory XIII, Quadratic Irrationals
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