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Geometry – Pogorelov
In this post, we will see the book Geometry by A. Pogorelov. ABOUT THE BOOK This is a manual for the students of universities and teachers’ training colleges. Containing the compulsory course of geometry, its particular impact is on elementary … Continue reading
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Tagged analytic geometry, angles, axioms, conic sections, curvature, curves, differential geometry, elementary problems, geometry, history, mathematics, mir books, mir publishers, noneuclidean, polyhedra, projective, quadric surfaces, straight line, tangents, torsion, vectors, volumes
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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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The Forces of Nature – Grigoryev, Myakishev
In this post we, will see the book The Forces of Nature by V. Grigoryev and G. Myakishev. About the book: This book is a popular description of the unity of the forces of nature for the general reader. At present, … Continue reading
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Tagged electromagnetic forces, forces, general relativity, geometry, gravitational force, history, nuclear force, physics, resonance, science, unity, weak force
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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
A Simple NonEuclidean Geometry And Its Physical Basis – Yaglom
In this post, we will see the book A simple nonEuclidean geometry and its physical basis: an elementary account of Galilean geometry and the Galilean principle of relativity by I. M. Yaglom. This book is remarkable in that it relies only on … Continue reading
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Tagged bolyai, coparallelograms, cotrapezoids, distance, einstein, Galilean Geometry, galilean relativity, gauss, geometry, hyperbolic geometry, klein, lobachevsky, lorentz transformation, mathematics, mechanics, Minkowski, noneuclidean, relativity, riemann, riemannian geometry
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Einstein and the philosophical problems of 20thcentury physics
In this post, we will see the book Einstein and the philosophical problems of 20thcentury physics. Many interesting articles are present in the book which would interest a physicist as well as students of history and philosophy of science. About the book: … Continue reading
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Tagged bohr, bridgman, cosmology, einstein, einstein studies, field theory, general relativity, geometry, gravitation, history of science, mach, philosophy of physics, philosophy of science, poincare, quantum mechanics, simultaneity, space, spacetime, special relativity, theory of relativity, time
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The Decomposition of Figures Into Smaller Parts – Boltyanskii and Gohberg
In this post, we will see the book The Decomposition of Figures Into Smaller Parts by V. G. Boltyanskii and I. T. Gohberg. The book is part of the Popular Lectures in Mathematics Series. About the book: This book is devoted to … Continue reading
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Tagged borsuks theorem, constant width, convex figures, covering, division, geometry, illumination, mathematics, minkowski plane, unbounded convex figures
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