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Little Mathematics Library – Remarkable Curves (Persian)
In the Little Mathematics Library series we will see a Persian version of the book Remarkable Curves, by A. I. Markushevich. This book has been written mainly for high school students, but it will also be helpful to anyone studying … Continue reading
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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Little Mathematics Library – Plotting Graphs
The graph of the sine, wave after wave, Flows along the axis of abscissas… (FROM STUDENT LORE) In the Little Mathematics Library series we now come to Plotting Graphs by G. E. Shilov. We have already seen another book by … Continue reading
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Tagged formula, functions, graphs, plotting
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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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Trigonometric Functions – Problem Solving Approach
We now come to another Problems and solutions book titled Trigonometric Functions (Problem Solving Approach) by A. Panchishkin and E. Shavgulidze. The back cover says: This study aid is to help the student to master the basic techniques of solving difficult … Continue reading
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Tagged equations, functions, graphs, identities, inequalities, limits, problems and solutions, radians, trigonometry
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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 – Remarkable Curves
In the Little Mathematics Library series we now come to Remarkable Curves, by a very remarkable author A. I. Markushevich. I am saying that he is remarkable as he has many good books under his sleeve, some of which we … Continue reading
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Tagged archimedes, catenary, conic sections, curves, cycloid, exponential, graphs, hyperbola, involute, logarithmic, parabola, pascal, spiral, theorem
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