Concise Handbook of Mathematics and Physics
CRC Press, May 12, 1997 - Science - 528 pages
Concise Handbook of Mathematics and Physics presents a unified and coherent treatment of all the major aspects of modern elementary physics and mathematics. This complete text/reference includes definitions of fundamental notations and physical and mathematical quantities, formulas that express the laws of physics, axioms and theorems of mathematics, and more. The information is organized logically (instead of alphabetically) for better comprehension and quick, convenient access.
The book contains extensive cross-referencing between the mathematical and physical sections. reflecting the considerable overlap between these two areas of study and increasing the usefulness of this handbook. Fundamental concepts, theorems, and laws are demonstrated through numerous practical examples and tasks to help build problem-solving skills.
Sets Real Numbers Functions
Relativistic and Quantum Physics
Equations and Systems of Equations Inequalities
Reduction of the degree of a polynomial
Elements of Calculus
Electricity and Magnetism
Oscillations and Waves
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