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Mathematics for the Physical Sciences

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Mathematics for the Physical Sciences
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Publisher: Dover Publications
ISBN/ASIN: 0486450384
ISBN-13: 9780486450384
Number of pages: 298

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Advanced undergraduates and graduate students in the natural sciences receive a solid foundation in several fields of mathematics with this text. Topics include vector spaces and matrices; orthogonal functions; polynomial equations; asymptotic expansions; ordinary differential equations; conformal mapping; and extremum problems. Includes exercises and solutions. 1962 edition.

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