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The Golden E-Book of Graphs of Mathematical Functions

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The Golden E-Book of Graphs of Mathematical Functions
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Number of pages: 110

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This book is about surfaces and graphs of selected equations plotted from different viewing angles as an aid to visualize their behavior. Surfaces are categorized as real surfaces, when they come from equations of strictly real variables, or transcomplex surfaces, when they are the outcome of plots of transcomplex variables. The reader is assumed to be a little related with the topics of graphing plane curves and surfaces.

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