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A Collection of Problems on the Equations of Mathematical Physics – Vladimirov
In this post, we will see the book A Collection of Problems on the Equations of Mathematical Physics edited by V. S. Vladimirov. The contributors to the book include V .S. Vladimirov, V .P . Mikhailov, A. A. Vasharin, Kh. Kh.Karimova, … Continue reading
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Tagged boundary value problems, cauchy problems, differential equations, fourier transform, function spaces, generalised functions, green's function, integral equations, laplace transform, mathematical, partial differential equations, physics, physics problems and solutions, problem books, problem solving, SturmLiouville Problem, variational methods
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Questions and Answers in School Physics – Tarasov and Tarasova (LaTeX version)
In this post, we will see the book Questions and Answers in School Physics by Lev Tarasov and Aldina Tarasova. This post is for the LaTeX version of the book, earlier scanned book can be found here. This book holds … Continue reading
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Tagged dialogue, dynamics, field theory, forces, high school, ideal gas, kinematics, mechanics, mir books, misconceptions, optics, physics, problem books, problem solving, tarasov, tarasova, thermodynamics
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Miracles on Wheels – Markusha
In this post, we will see the book Miracles on Wheels: A Book for Inquiring Minds by Anatoly Markusha. About the book: This book has been written not only for budding engineers and mechanics: it is addressed to anyone who is thinking … Continue reading
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Tagged design, education, engineering, hints, history, life pro tips, mathematics, philosophy, problem solving, raduga publishers, rules of thumb, technology, thinking
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The kinematic method in geometrical problems – Lyubich, Shor
In this post we will one of the volumes in the Little Mathematics Library series titled The kinematic method in geometrical problems by Yu. I. Lyubich and L. A. Shor. About the book: When solving a geometrical problem it is helpful to … Continue reading
Problems in Mathematical Analysis – Demidovich (Ed.)
We now come to Problems in Mathematical Analysis edited by B. P. Demidovich. The list of authors is G. Baranenkov, B. Demidovich, V. Efimenko, S. Kogan, G. Lunts, E. Porshneva, E. Sychera, S. Frolov, R. Shostak and A. Yanpolsky. This collection of problems … Continue reading
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Tagged approximate, definite, derivative, differential equations, functions, geometry, indefinite, integral, mathematical analysis, mathematics, mir books, mir publishers, problem solving, problems and solutions, series, soviet
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Little Mathematics Library – Pascals Triangle
In continuing from the last post on Post’s Machine by V. A. Uspenskii (sometimes Uspensky) we come to another volume by him titled Pascals’s Triangle. The book opens with an interesting note The reader who is not familiar with Pascal’s … Continue reading