Higher Mathematics for Engineers and Physicists
by Ivan S. Sokolnikoff
Publisher: McGraw Hill 1941
Number of pages: 537
A book on mathematics beyond the calculus, written from the point of view of the student of applied science. The chief purpose of the book is to help to bridge the gap which separates many engineers from mathematics by giving them a bird's-eye view of those mathematical topics which are indispensable in the study of the physical sciences.
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by William J. Meese - arXiv.org
My goal with the book is to provide some kind of bridge for mathematics between the high-school-level and college-level for physics students. My focus is to help modify your thinking of how math is used, rather than just pummel you with algorithms...
by Peter J. Mitas - Quick Reference Handbooks
This handbook, written by an experienced math teacher, lets readers quickly look up definitions, facts, and problem solving steps. It includes over 700 detailed examples and tips to help them improve their mathematical problem solving skills.
by Evan Chen - MIT
The book is aimed at making higher math accessible to high school students. Topics: Basic Algebra and Topology; Linear Algebra; Multivariable Calculus; Groups and Rings; Complex Analysis; Quantum Algorithms; Algebraic Topology; Category Theory; etc.
by William Neville Rose - Chapman
These two volumes form a most comprehensive and practical treatise on the subject. They show the direct bearing of all principles to engineering practice, and will prove a valuable reference work embracing all the mathematics needed by engineers.