Mathematical handbook of formulas and tables

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McGraw-Hill, 1968 - Mathematics - 271 pages
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This handbook is unusual in that it combines in a single volume formulas & tables from both elementary & advanced mathematics. For example, topics treated range from those in algebra, geometry, trigonometry, analytic geometry & calculus to Fourier series, Laplace & Fourier transforms, Bessel & Legendre functions & many other advanced special functions. Such topics are needed by both students & research workers in the fields of engineering, physics, mathematics & other sciences.

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As far as I'm concerned, this is my bible. I know I'm supposed to have all the integration memorized, but I don't. My brain protests when I have to do integration. And when Mrs. Spiegel & Lau have ... Read full review


Special Constants
Special Products and Factors
The Binomial Formula and Binomial Coefficients

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