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Methods Of Solving Problems In High School Mathematics by A. G. Tsypkin; A. I. Pinsky ; V. I. Blagodatskikh (Editor)
In this post, we will see the book Methods Of Solving Problems In High School Mathematics by A. G. Tsypkin; A. I. Pinsky ; V. I. Blagodatskikh (Editor). About the book In this educational aid, intended for highschool students, an … Continue reading
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Tagged algebraic equations, analytic geometry, Antiderivative, Applications of the derivative, Binomial Theorem, combinatorics, complex numbers, Continuity of a Function, derivative, Equations with parameters, Exponential equations, functions, inequalities, Inequalities with Parameters, integral, Limit of a Function, Logarithmic Equations, logarithms, mathematics, plane geometry, problem book, sequences, solid geometry, Systems of Equations, The Method of Coordinates, theory of probability, trigonometry, vectors
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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
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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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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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Little Mathematics Library – Differentiation Explained
We begin with the Little Mathematics Library series once again, after a long break. We first see the book titled Differentiation Explained by V. G. Boltyansky (Boltyanskii). The author in the Preface says: High school students, especially those interested in … Continue reading