# Table of Integrals, Series, and Products

Alan Jeffrey, Daniel Zwillinger
Academic Press, Feb 23, 2007 - Mathematics - 1200 pages
The Table of Integrals, Series, and Products is the essential reference for integrals in the English language. Mathematicians, scientists, and engineers, rely on it when identifying and subsequently solving extremely complex problems. Since publication of the first English-language edition in 1965, it has been thoroughly revised and enlarged on a regular basis, with substantial additions and, where necessary, existing entries corrected or revised. The seventh edition includes a fully searchable CD-Rom.

- Fully searchable CD that puts information at your
fingertips included with text
- Most up to date listing of integrals, series and
products
- Provides accuracy and efficiency in work

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The definitive reference of its kind. Contains a vast number of definite and indefinite integrals, and finite and infinite summations and products. A rather useful reference on special functions, as well. Read full review

### Contents

 Chapter 0 Introduction 1 Chapter 1 Elementary Functions 25 Chapter 2 Indefinite Integrals of Elementary Functions 63 Chapter 34 Definite Integrals of Elementary Functions 247 Chapter 5 Indefinite Integrals of Special Functions 619 Chapter 67 Definite Integrals of Special Functions 631 Chapter 89 Special Functions 859 Chapter 10 Vector Field Theory 1049
 Chapter 14 Determinants 1075 Chapter 15 Norms 1081 Chapter 16 Ordinary Differential Equations 1093 Chapter 17 Fourier Laplace and Mellin Transforms 1107 Chapter 18 The zTransform 1135 References 1141 Supplemental references 1145 Index of Functions and Constants 1151

 Chapter 11 Algebraic Inequalities 1059 Chapter 12 Integral Inequalities 1063 Chapter 13 Matrices and Related Results 1069
 General Index of Concepts 1161 Copyright

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