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Mathematics Handbook

for Science and Engineering

  • Authors
  • Lennart Råde
  • Bertil Westergren

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-8
  2. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 9-42
  3. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 43-65
  4. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 66-86
  5. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 87-114
  6. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 115-128
  7. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 129-136
  8. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 137-178
  9. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 179-195
  10. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 196-216
  11. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 217-241
  12. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 242-254
  13. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 255-305
  14. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 306-343
  15. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 344-359
  16. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 360-373
  17. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 374-406
  18. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 407-461
  19. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 462-512
  20. Lennart Råde, Bertil Westergren
    Pages 513-526
  21. Back Matter
    Pages 527-546

About this book

Introduction

This is the fourth edition of the Mathematics handbook for science and engineering (BETA). Compared to the previous editions a number of additions and corrections have been made. The Mathematics handbook covers basic areas of mathematics, numerical analysis, probability and statistics and various applications. The handbook is intended for students and teachers of mathematics, science and engineering and for profession­ als working in these areas. The aim of the handbook is to provide useful informa­ tion in a lucid and accessible form in a moderately large volume. The handbook concentrates on definitions, results, formulas, graphs, figures and tables and emphasizes concepts and methods with applications in technology and science. The Mathematics handbook is organised in 19 chapters starting with basic concepts in discrete mathematics and ending with chapters on probability and statistics and a miscellaneous chapter. Crossreferences and an extensive index help the user to find required information. We have not included numerical tables of functions which are available on most scientific calculators and pocket computers. We have treated one variable and multi variable calculus in different chapters, because students, usu­ ally, meet these areas in different courses. In formulating theorems and results sometimes all assumptions are not explicitely stated.

Keywords

calculus function mathematics theorem variable

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-03556-6
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1999
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-662-03558-0
  • Online ISBN 978-3-662-03556-6
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