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Problems in Higher Mathematics – Minorsky
In this post we will see Problems in Higher Mathematics by V. P. Minorsky. About the book: The list of topics covered is quite exhaustive and the book has over 2500 problems and solutions. The topics covered are plane and … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, analysis, circle, definite integral, derivative, differential equations, differentiation, ellipse, functions, geometry, hyperbola, integral calculus, lines, mathematics, parabola, planes, problems and solutions, series
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Little Mathematics Library – Areas and Logarithms
We now come to Areas and Logarithms by A. I. Markushevich in the Little Mathematics Library. We have already seen his remarkable book titled Remarkable Curves . This book offers a geometric theory of logarithms, in which (natural) logarithms are represented … Continue reading
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Tagged areas, integral calculus, logarithms, properties, simpsons formula
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