
Author 
Ivan Savov 
ISBN10 
9780992001001 
Year 
20140807 
Pages 
445 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Minireference Co. 
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Often calculus and mechanics are taught as separate subjects. It shouldn't be like that. Learning calculus without mechanics is incredibly boring. Learning mechanics without calculus is missing the point. This textbook integrates both subjects and highlights the profound connections between them. This is the deal. Give me 350 pages of your attention, and I'll teach you everything you need to know about functions, limits, derivatives, integrals, vectors, forces, and accelerations. This book is the only math book you'll need for the first semester of undergraduate studies in science. With concise, jargonfree lessons on topics in math and physics, each section covers one concept at the level required for a firstyear university course. Anyone can pick up this book and become proficient in calculus and mechanics, regardless of their mathematical background.

Author 
R. Shankar 
ISBN10 
0306450356 
Year 
19950630 
Pages 
365 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Springer Science & Business Media 
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Are you: Entering a program in the physical sciences? A high school student who has taken most of the offered courses, and looking for a glimpse of college mathematics? Engaged in selfstudy to hone your mathematical skills? Then R. Shankar's Basic Training in Mathematics: A Fitness Program for Science Students is written for you. Based on the author's course at Yale University, the book addresses the widening gap found by Professor Shankar and his colleagues between the mathematics needed for upperlevel science study and the knowledge possessed by incoming students. This superb text organizes the necessary mathematics background into a onesemester course covering such topics as: A review of calculus Infinite series Functions of a complex variable Vector calculus Matrices Linear vector spaces Differential equationsnbsp; Get in shape for your future science studies with this outstanding text.

Author 
John R. Fanchi 
ISBN10 
9780471791546 
Year 
20060612 
Pages 
330 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
John Wiley & Sons 
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Expanded coverage of essential math, including integral equations, calculus of variations, tensor analysis, and special integrals Math Refresher for Scientists and Engineers, Third Edition is specifically designed as a selfstudy guide to help busy professionals and students in science and engineering quickly refresh and improve the math skills needed to perform their jobs and advance their careers. The book focuses on practical applications and exercises that readers are likely to face in their professional environments. All the basic math skills needed to manage contemporary technology problems are addressed and presented in a clear, lucid style that readers familiar with previous editions have come to appreciate and value. The book begins with basic concepts in college algebra and trigonometry, and then moves on to explore more advanced concepts in calculus, linear algebra (including matrices), differential equations, probability, and statistics. This Third Edition has been greatly expanded to reflect the needs of today's professionals. New material includes: * A chapter on integral equations * A chapter on calculus of variations * A chapter on tensor analysis * A section on time series * A section on partial fractions * Many new exercises and solutions Collectively, the chapters teach most of the basic math skills needed by scientists and engineers. The wide range of topics covered in one title is unique. All chapters provide a review of important principles and methods. Examples, exercises, and applications are used liberally throughout to engage the readers and assist them in applying their new math skills to actual problems. Solutions to exercises are provided in an appendix. Whether to brush up on professional skills or prepare for exams, readers will find this selfstudy guide enables them to quickly master the math they need. It can additionally be used as a textbook for advancedlevel undergraduates in physics and engineering.

Author 
Steven Skoczen 
ISBN10 
0998280410 
Year 
20161206 
Pages 

Language 
en 
Publisher 
Ink and Feet, LLC 
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Funny, insightful, and relentlessly honest, this book is the manual for living with depression that everyone should have been given.It's packed with bitesized chapters covering bigpicture concepts, 60+ researchbacked tools, and a friendly, nononsense style. This guide will get you through visits from depression and into a valuefilled life.

Author 
Colm T. Whelan 
ISBN10 
9783527413331 
Year 
20160627 
Pages 
336 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
John Wiley & Sons 
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The book assumes next to no prior knowledge of the topic. The first part introduces the core mathematics, always in conjunction with the physical context. In the second part of the book, a series of examples showcases some of the more conceptually advanced areas of physics, the presentation of which draws on the developments in the first part. A large number of problems helps students to hone their skills in using the presented mathematical methods. Solutions to the problems are available to instructors on an associated passwordprotected website for lecturers.

Author 
Morris Kline 
ISBN10 
9780486316130 
Year 
20130415 
Pages 
672 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Courier Corporation 
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Erudite and entertaining overview follows development of mathematics from ancient Greeks to present. Topics include logic and mathematics, the fundamental concept, differential calculus, probability theory, much more. Exercises and problems.

Author 
J. E. Thompson 
ISBN10 
9781446547083 
Year 
20130416 
Pages 
360 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Read Books Ltd 
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This book on calculus is one of a series designed by the author and publisher for the reader with an interest in the meaning and simpler technique of mathematical science, and for those who wish to obtain a practical mastery of some of the more usual and directly useful branches of the science without the aid of a teacher. Like the other books in the series it is the outgrowth of the author's experience with students such as those mentioned and the demand experienced by the publisher for books which may be read as well as studied. One of the outstanding features of the book is the use of the method of rates instead of the method of limits. To the conventional teacher of mathematics, whose students work for a college degree and look toward the modern theory of functions, the author hastens to say that for their purposes the limit method is the only method which can profitably be used. To the readers contemplated in the preparation of this book, however, the notion of a limit and any method of calculation based upon it always seem artificial and not in any way connected with the familiar ideas of numbers, algebraic symbolism or natural phenomena. On the other hand, the method of rates seems a direct application of the principle which such a reader has often heard mentioned as the extension of arithmetic and algebra with which he must become acquainted before he can perform calculations which involve changing quantities. The familiarity of examples of changing quantities in everyday life also makes it a simple matter to introduce the terminology of the calculus; teachers and readers will recall the difficulty encountered in this connection in more formal treatments. The scope and range of the book are evident from the table of contents. The topics usually found in books on the calculus but not appearing here are omitted in conformity with the plan of the book as stated in the first paragraph above. An attempt has been made to approach the several parts of the subject as naturally and directly as possible, to show as clearly as possible the unity and continuity of the subject as a whole, to show what the calculus is all about and how it is used, and to present the material in as simple, straightforward and informal a style as it will permit. It is hoped thus that the book will be of the greatest interest and usefulness to the readers mentioned above.

Author 
Biman Das 
ISBN10 
0131913360 
Year 
2005 
Pages 
318 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Prentice Hall 
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A supplementary text for introductory courses in CalculusBased Physics. Designed for students who plan to take or who are presently taking calculusbased physics courses. This book will develop necessary mathematical skills and help students gain the competence to use precalculus, calculus, vector algebra, vector calculus, and the statistical analysis of experimental data. Students taking intermediate physics, engineering, and other science courses will also find the book useful–and will be able to use the book as a mathematical resource for these intermediate level courses. The book emphasizes primarily the use of mathematical techniques and mathematical concepts in Physics and does not go into their rigorous developments.

Author 
R. Shankar 
ISBN10 
9780300192209 
Year 
20140325 
Pages 
464 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Yale University Press 
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Explains the fundamental concepts of Newtonian mechanics, special relativity, waves, fluids, thermodynamics, and statistical mechanics. Provides an introduction for collegelevel students of physics, chemistry, and engineering, for AP Physics students, and for general readers interested in advances in the sciences.

Author 
George F. Simmons 
ISBN10 
9781592441303 
Year 
20030114 
Pages 
128 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Wipf and Stock Publishers 
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ÒGeometry is a very beautiful subject whose qualities of elegance, order, and certainty have exerted a powerful attraction on the human mind for many centuries. . . Algebra's importance lies in the student's future. . . as essential preparation for the serious study of science, engineering, economics, or for more advanced types of mathematics. . . The primary importance of trigonometry is not in its applications to surveying and navigation, or in making computations about triangles, but rather in the mathematical description of vibrations, rotations, and periodic phenomena of all kinds, including light, sound, alternating currents, and the orbits of the planets around the sun.Ó In this brief, clearly written book, the essentials of geometry, algebra, and trigonometry are pulled together into three complementary and convenient small packages, providing an excellent preview and review for anyone who wishes to prepare to master calculus with a minimum of misunderstanding and wasted time and effort. Students and other readers will find here all they need to pull them through.

Author 
Thomas E. Barrett 
ISBN10 
0471739103 
Year 
20051014 
Pages 
272 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Wiley 
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Get a better grade in Physics Solving physics problems can be challenging at times. But with hard work and the right study tools, you can learn the language of physics and get the grade you want. With Tom Barrett's University Physics as a Second Language(TM): Mastering Problem Solving, you'll be able to better understand fundamental physics concepts, solve a variety of problems, and focus on what you need to know to succeed. Here's how you can get a better grade in physics: Understand the basic concepts University Physics as a Second Language(TM) focuses on selected topics in calculusbased physics to give you a solid foundation. Tom Barrett explains these topics in clear, easytounderstand language. Break problems down into simple steps University Physics as a Second Language(TM) teaches you to approach problems more efficiently and effectively. You'll learn how to recognize common patterns in physics problems, break problems down into manageable steps, and apply appropriate techniques. The book takes you stepbystep through the solutions to numerous examples. Improve your problemsolving skills University Physics as a Second Language(TM) will help you develop the skills you need to solve a variety of problem types. You'll learn timesaving problemsolving strategies that will help you focus your efforts, as well as how to avoid potential pitfalls.

Author 
Kalid Azad 
ISBN10 
1479186724 
Year 
20130503 
Pages 
95 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
CreateSpace 
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"Math, Better Explained" is a clear, intuitive guide to math topics essential for high school, college and beyond. Whether you're a student, parent, or teacher, this book is your key to unlocking the aha! moments that make math truly click  and make learning enjoyable. The book intentionally avoids mindless definitions and focuses on building a deep, natural intuition so you can integrate the ideas into your everyday thinking. Its explanations on the natural logarithm, imaginary numbers, exponents and the Pythagorean Theorem are among the mostvisited in the world. The topics in Math, Better Explained include: 1. Developing Math Intuition 2. The Pythagorean Theorem 3. Pythagorean Distance 4. Radians and Degrees 5. Imaginary Numbers 6. Complex Arithmetic 7. Exponential Functions & e 8. The Natural Logarithm (ln) 9. Interest Rates 10. Understanding Exponents 11. Euler's Formula 12. Introduction To Calculus The book is written as the author wishes math was taught: with a friendly attitude, vivid illustrations and a focus on true understanding. Learn right, not rote! Selected testimonials: "I have several books on calculus (Calculus for Dummys, Math for the Millions, etc. etc.  never was able to read them) but your explanation is what I have needed all these years."  D. Hogg, Former Principal "This is a great explanation! I am 49 years old and have never known what e is all about. It is thanks to your article that I get it and now can explain it to my son who is 13 years old..."  C. Dhaveji "I've been following you for nearly two years...I find the intuitive approach to the subject and lucid writing unparalleled."  D. Ezell

Author 
Karl F. Kuhn 
ISBN10 
0471134473 
Year 
19960412 
Pages 
320 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
Wiley 
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The fast, easy way to master the fundamentals of physics Here is the most practical, complete, and easytouse guide available for understanding physics and the physical world. Even if you don't consider yourself a "science" person, this book helps make learning key concepts a pleasure, not a chore. Whether you need help in a course, want to review the basics for an exam, or simply have always been curious about such physical phenomena as energy, sound, electricity, light, and color, you've come to the right place! This fully uptodate edition of Basic Physics: * Has been tested, rewritten, and retested to ensure that you can teach yourself all about physics * Requires no mathmathematical treatments and applications are included in optional sections so that you can choose either a mathematical or nonmathematical approach * Lets you work at your own pace with a helpful questionandanswer format * Lists objectives for each chapteryou can skip ahead or find extra help if you need it * Reinforces what you learn with endofchapter selftests

Author 
Amit Saha 
ISBN10 
9781593276409 
Year 
2015 
Pages 
264 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
No Starch Press 
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Doing Math with Python shows you how to use Python to delve into high school–level math topics like statistics, geometry, probability, and calculus. You’ll start with simple projects, like a factoring program and a quadraticequation solver, and then create more complex projects once you’ve gotten the hang of things. Along the way, you’ll discover new ways to explore math and gain valuable programming skills that you’ll use throughout your study of math and computer science. Learn how to: Describe your data with statistics, and visualize it with line graphs, bar charts, and scatter plots Explore set theory and probability with programs for coin flips, dicing, and other games of chance Solve algebra problems using Python’s symbolic math functions Draw geometric shapes and explore fractals like the Barnsley fern, the Sierpinski triangle, and the Mandelbrot set Write programs to find derivatives and integrate functions Creative coding challenges and applied examples help you see how you can put your new math and coding skills into practice. You’ll write an inequality solver, plot gravity’s effect on how far a bullet will travel, shuffle a deck of cards, estimate the area of a circle by throwing 100,000 “darts” at a board, explore the relationship between the Fibonacci sequence and the golden ratio, and more. Whether you’re interested in math but have yet to dip into programming or you’re a teacher looking to bring programming into the classroom, you’ll find that Python makes programming easy and practical. Let Python handle the grunt work while you focus on the math.

Author 
Arnold D. Pickar 
ISBN10 
0201538024 
Year 
1993 
Pages 
236 
Language 
en 
Publisher 
AddisonWesley 
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Includes Rounds IV. This selfstudy workbook provides review of algebra, trigonometry, and calculus topics for students enrolled in introductory physics. All examples relate directly to physics. Emphasis is placed on working with powers of 10 and order of magnitude estimating. Students write their answers in the text and then check their answers on the following page. Also discussing why math is important in physics; pretests; posttests.