Handbook of Mathematical Functions: With Formulas, Graphs, and Mathematical Tables

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Courier Corporation, Jan 1, 1965 - Mathematics - 1046 pages
Vast compendium - 29 sets of tables, some to as high as 20 places.
 

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Though somewhat dated, this is the go-to book for Bessel/Hankel function tables, and tabulations of other important/magical functions like the gamma function, Euler's integral, the hypergeometric function, etc. The functions are always accompanied by a definition of the function, the roots of the function, the approximate representations, tabulated values, and more. The plots still look very funky in their coarse representations, but there are references for almost everything discussed and plotted. Is it prettier than Alpha or Mathworld? No, but the access time to get what you wanted will often be lower with a printed volume like this. Still a useful reference volume. 

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Contents

I
ix
III
1
IV
5
V
9
VI
65
VII
227
VIII
253
IX
295
XVII
555
XVIII
567
XIX
587
XX
627
XXI
685
XXII
721
XXIII
755
XXIV
775

X
331
XI
355
XII
435
XIII
479
XIV
495
XV
503
XVI
537
XXV
807
XXVI
825
XXVII
879
XXIX
929
XXX
1001
XXXI
1015
XXXII
1023

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