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Origin of Earth and Planets – Levin
In this post, we will see the book Origin Of The Earth And Planets by B. Y. Levin. About the book Elucidation from a single point of departure of the basic structural features of the solar system, of the structure … Continue reading
Posted in astronomy, books, foreign languages publishing, geology, science, soviet
Tagged age of earth, asteroids, astronomy, comets, cosmogony, earth, geology, history, meteorites, moon, physics, planets, popular science, solar system, soviet, structure
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Mathematical Handbook – Higher Mathematics – Vygodsky
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical Handbook – Higher Mathematics by M. Vygodsky. We had earlier seen the Mathematical Handbook – Elementary Mathematics by the same author. About the book This handbook is a continuation of the … Continue reading
Posted in books, mathematics, mir books, mir publishers
Tagged analysis, biography of mathematicians, calculus, curves, development of mathematical concepts, differential equations, differentiation, Differentiation and Integration of Functions of Several Variables, double integrals, functions, geometrical interpretation, history, history of mathematics, infinite series, integrals, integration, invariants, limits, logarithms, mathematical analysis, mathematical handbook, mathematicians, plane analytic geometry, Plane and Space Curves, remarkable curves, scalar product, series, solid analytic geometry, system of equations, taylor's series, trigonometry, triple integrals, vectors
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Garri Kasparov – Yudovich
In this post, we will see the book Garri Kasparov by M. Yudovich. . About the book Mikhail Yudovich (19121987) was an International Master, an eminent theorist of chess and a popular author. As a teacher of chess, he brought … Continue reading
Commutative Normed Rings – Gelfand, Raikov, Shilov
In this post, we will see the book Commutative Normed Rings by I. Gelfand; D. Raikov; G. Shilov. About the book The present book gives an account of the theory of commutative normed rings with applications to analysis and topology. … Continue reading
History Of The Ancient World – Korovkin
In this post, we will see the book History Of The Ancient World by F. Korovkin About the book Fyodor Korovkin is a Doctor of History. His textbook, History of the Ancient World, was awarded the USSR State Prize in … Continue reading
The Riddle Of The Origin Of Consciousness – Guryev
In this post, we will see the book The Riddle Of The Origin Of Consciousness by D. Guryev. About the book The book is devoted to one of the most complex phenomena on Earth – human consciousness. The author expounds … Continue reading
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Tagged cognition, consciousness, evolution, history, human, mind, progress publishers, psyche, psychology, self, society and consciousness, soviet, thinking
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The Philosophy Of Quantum Mechanics – Blokhintsev
In this post, we will see the book The Philosophy Of Quantum Mechanics by D. I. Blokhintsev. About the book The present monograph is devoted to the principal problems of quantum mechanics and is based on the conception first stated … Continue reading
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Tagged causality, classical mechanics, complete theory, density matrix, determinism, elementary particles, epistemology, gedanken experiment, gibbs ensemble, hidden variables, history, measurement in quantum mehcanics, philosophy, physics, quantum ensemble, quantum mechanics, theory of measurement, thought experiments, wave function
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Multicolor Problems ( Mathematical Conversations Part 1) – Dynkin, Uspenskii
In this post, we will see the book Multicolor Problems ( Mathematical Conversations Part 1) by E. B. Dynkin and V. A. Uspenskii. About the book Multicolor Problems is a translation of Part One of Mathematical Conversations by E. B. … Continue reading
Number Systems – Fomin
In this post, we will see the book Number Systems by S. V. Fomin. This books is a part of the Popular Lectures in Mathematics series. About the book The most common language of numbers, the decimal system, has not … Continue reading
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Tagged binary number system, decimal number system, history, mathematics, nonpositional number systems, number systems, numbers, popular lectures in mathematics, positional number systems, round numbers, soviet, telegraphy, ternary number systems, test for divisibility, translations of number systems, unrounded numbers
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Textbook Of General Chemistry – Nekrasov
In this post, we will see the book Textbook Of General Chemistry by B. Nekrasov. About the book This book is a textbook of general chemistry for college students specialising in chemistry. It will also be useful as an aid … Continue reading
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Tagged atomic nucleus, atoms, chemical elements, chemistry, college chemistry, groups, history, hydrogen, internal structure, Molecular Theory, molecules, oxygen, peace publishers, periodic table, properties, solutions, soviet, structure, water
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