Mathematical methods in the physical sciences

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Wiley, Apr 20, 1983 - Mathematics - 793 pages
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Updates the original, comprehensive introduction to the areas of mathematical physics encountered in advanced courses in the physical sciences. Intuition and computational abilities are stressed. Original material on DE and multiple integrals has been expanded.

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User Review  - dcunning11235 - LibraryThing

This is a really solid review/overview of math for sciences, particularly physics (or engineering.) Basically, if you are a sophomore or junior undergraduate, this is all the math you have probably ... Read full review

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Still my favorite math text ever. I've stop consulting this book only because I know all the material at this point. Boas has a talent for explaining math simply that I've rarely found anywhere else ... Read full review

Contents

INFINITE SERIES POWER SERIES
1
COMPLEX NUMBERS
43
The complex plane
45
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Mary L. Boas is currently professor emeritus in the physics department at DePaul University.

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