CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae, 31st Edition

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Daniel Zwillinger
CRC Press, Nov 25, 2002 - Mathematics - 928 pages
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A perennial bestseller, the 30th edition of CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae was the first "modern" edition of the handbook - adapted to be useful in the era of personal computers and powerful handheld devices. Now this version will quickly establish itself as the "user-friendly" edition. With a detailed table of contents and an extensive index listing over 6,000 entries, the 31st edition of this hugely successful handbook makes information even easier to locate.

New in the 31st edition:

Game theory and voting power
Heuristic search techniques
Quadratic fields
Reliability
Risk analysis and decision rules
A table of solutions to Pell's equation
A table of irreducible polynomials in Z2[x]
An interpretation of powers of 10
A collection of "proofs without words"
Representations of groups of small order
Counting principles
Tesselations and tilings
...and much more!

An indispensable, up-to-date resource, CRC Standard Mathematical Tables and Formulae, 31st Edition makes it effortless to find the equations, tables, and formulae you need most often.

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The professor with whom I did my undergraduate physics research with gave me this book when I graduated. At first, I felt guilty. I had Mathematica, Matlab, and links to online references on my ... Read full review

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The professor with whom I did my undergraduate physics research with gave me this book when I graduated. At first, I felt guilty. I had Mathematica, Matlab, and links to online references on my ... Read full review

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Zwillinger is affiliated with the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY.

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