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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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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
Lectures in Geometry – Semester 1 Analytic Geometry – Postnikov
In this post, we will see the book Lectures in Geometry – Semester 1 Analytic Geometry by M. Postnikov. This book is the first one of a five part Lectures in Geometry series. So far we have volumes 1, 2 … Continue reading
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Tagged affine transformations, analytic, analytic geometry, bivectors, CauchyBuniakowski inequality, collinear, conic sections, coplanar, desargues theorem, duality principle, ellipsoids, Fano theorem, geometry, isomorphisms, linear dependence, linear fractional transformations, mathematics, metric coefficients, metric forms, mir publishers, parametric equations, space, triangle inequality, trivectors, vectors
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Geometrical Constructions With Compasses Only (Little Mathematics Library) – Kostovskii
In this post, we will see the book from the series Little Mathematics Library titled Geometrical Constructions With Compasses Only by A. Kostovskii. About the book This booklet is intended for a wide circle of readers. It should help teachers … Continue reading
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Tagged compasses, constraints, constructions, geometry, high school, inversions, mathematics, theorems
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Geometry – Shuvalova
In this post, we will see the book Geometry by E. Z. Shuvalova. About the book The book provides a comprehensive treatment of basic geometrical concepts for high schools. The first chapter deals with properties of triangles. Chapter 2 gives … Continue reading
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Tagged areas, basis, cones, conic sections, cylinder, euler theorem, geometry, high school, mathematics, mir publishers, mirbooks, parallel lines, parallelism, polyhedra, projections, solid geometry, space vectors, sphere, transformations, triangles, volumes
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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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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
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
Symmetry in the World of Molecules – Dmitriev
In this post, we will see the book Symmetry in the World of Molecules by I. S. Dmitriev. About the book This booklet is devoted to one of the most important concepts of natural science, the concept of symmetry. The beneficial … Continue reading
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Tagged atomic structure, catalysis, chemical reactions, chemistry, coulomb's law, crystals, electrons, geometry, group theory, hybridization, jahnteller theorem, mathematics, mir books, molecular structure, noneuclidean, nucleus, orbitals, physics, quantum mechanics, stereochemistry, symmetry, theory of crystalline field, transitions
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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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