Mathematical Formula Handbook
by Wu-ting Tsai
Publisher: National Taiwan University 2012
Number of pages: 28
Contents: Series; Vector Algebra; Matrix Algebra; Vector Calculus; Complex Variables; Trigonometric Formulae; Hyperbolic Functions; Limits; Differentiation; Integration; Differential Equations; Calculus of Variations; Functions of Several Variables; Fourier Series and Transforms; Laplace Transforms; Numerical Analysis; Treatment of Random Errors; Statistics.
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