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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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Problems and Exercises in the Calculus of Variations – Krasnov, Makarenko, Kiselev
In this post we will see Problems and Exercises in the Calculus of Variations by M. L. Krasnov, G. I. Makarenko, A. I. Kiselev . The calculus of variations is one of the most important divisions of classical mathematical analysis … Continue reading
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Tagged calculus, Derivatives, mathematics, mir, mir books, mir publishers, soviet, used books
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Selected Problems and Theorems in Elementary Mathematics – Shklyarsky, Chentsov, Yaglom
In this post we will see Selected Problems and Theorems in Elementary Mathematics – Arithmetic and Algebra by D. O. Shklyarsky, N. N. Chentsov and I. M. Yaglom. This is another book in the Problems and Solutions series. This book … Continue reading
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Tagged calculus, Derivatives, mir, mir books, mir publishers, solutions
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Problems In Calculus Of One Variable – Maron
We now come to Problems in Calculus of One Variable (With Elements of Theory) by Issac A. Maron This textbook on mathematical analysis is based on many years’ experience of lecturing at a higher technical college. Its aim is to … Continue reading
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Little Mathematics Library – Calculus of Rational Functions – Shilov
If, however, we restrict ourselves to a comparatively narrow class of rational functions and utilize the illustrative language of graphs, we can present the concepts of derivative and integral in a few pages, sufficiently accurately and at the same time … Continue reading
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Tagged calculus, Derivatives, graphs, integration, rational functions, shilov
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Higher Maths for Beginners – Zeldovich, Yaglom
The book in this post is one of the best introductory books for Higher Mathematics and it has been written by two exceptionally talented people, namely, Yakov B. Zeldovich and Issak M. Yaglom. Just visit the wikipedia pages to see … Continue reading
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Tagged applications, Derivatives, dirac, engineering, functions, graphs, integration
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Little Mathematics Library – Method of Successive Approximations
In the Little Mathematics Library we now come to Method of Successive Approximations by N. Ya. Vilenkin. As the title suggests the book has to do with approximation methods, but what kind of approximations and for what kind of use … Continue reading