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Linear Algebra And Multi Dimensional Geometry – Efimov, Rozendorn
In this post, we will see the book Linear Algebra And Multi Dimensional Geometry by N. V. Efimov, E. R. Rozendorn About the book This book was conceived as a text combining the course of linear algebra and analytic geometry. It … Continue reading
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Tagged affine spaces, bilinear forms, eigenvectors, euclidean, groups, hypersurfaces, linear equations, linear spaces, linear transformations, mathematics, metrics, mir books, multivectors, projective, quadratic forms, spaces, tensors
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Problems in Differential Geometry and Topology – Mishchenko, Solovyev, Fomenko
In this post we will see the book Problems in Differential Geometry and Topology by A. S. Mishchenko, Yu. P. Solovyev and A. T. Fomenko About the book This problem book is compiled by eminent Moscow university teachers. Based on … Continue reading
Special Theory of Relativity – Ugarov
After the two books on General Relativity (GR) viz. STG and RTG, we come to a great textbook on Special Theory of Relativity (STR). This one is by V. A. Ugarov titled Special Theory of Relativity. This book is a … Continue reading
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Tagged 4 vectors, einstein, electrodynamics, galilean transformation, k calculus, lorentz transformation, optical phenomena, paradoxes, photons, postulates, spacetime, special theory, speed of light, tensors
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