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Calculus with Analytic Geometry by Harley Flanders,Justin J. Price Book Summary:
Calculus with Analytic Geometry presents the essentials of calculus with analytic geometry. The emphasis is on how to set up and solve calculus problems, that is, how to apply calculus. The initial approach to each topic is intuitive, numerical, and motivated by examples, with theory kept to a bare minimum. Later, after much experience in the use of the topic, an appropriate amount of theory is presented. Comprised of 18 chapters, this book begins with a review of some basic pre-calculus algebra and analytic geometry, paying particular attention to functions and graphs. The reader is then introduced to derivatives and applications of differentiation; exponential and trigonometric functions; and techniques and applications of integration. Subsequent chapters deal with inverse functions, plane analytic geometry, and approximation as well as convergence, and power series. In addition, the book considers space geometry and vectors; vector functions and curves; higher partials and applications; and double and multiple integrals. This monograph will be a useful resource for undergraduate students of mathematics and algebra.
Calculus Gems: Brief Lives and Memorable Mathematics by George F. Simmons Book Summary:
Calculus Gems, a collection of essays written about mathematicians and mathematics, is a spin-off of two appendices ("Biographical Notes" and "Variety of Additional Topics") found in Simmons' 1985 calculus book. With many additions and some minor adjustments, the material will now be available in a separate softcover volume. The text is suitable as a supplement for a calculus course and/or a history of mathematics course, The overall aim is bound up in the question, "What is mathematics for?" and in Simmons' answer, "To delight the mind and help us understand the world". The essays are independent of one another, allowing the instructor to pick and choose among them. Part A, "Brief Lives", is a biographical history of mathematics from earliest times (Thales, 625–547 BC) through the late 19th century (Weierstrass, 1815–1897) that serves to connect mathematics to the broader intellectual and social history of Western civilization. Part B, "Memorable Mathematics", is a collection of interesting topics from number theory, geometry, and science arranged in an order roughly corresponding to the order of most calculus courses. Some of these sections have a few problems for the student to solve. Students can gain perspective on the mathematical experience and learn some mathematics not contained in the usual courses, and instructors can assign student papers and projects based on the essays. The book teaches by example that mathematics is more than computation. Original illustrations of influential mathematicians in history and their inventions accompany the brief biographies and mathematical discussions.
Calculus with Analytic Geometry by Howard Anton,Albert Herr Book Summary:
This introductory text leads students through the foundations of calculus. End-of-chapter problems new to this edition require the use of graphing calculators, or a package such as Mathematica, Maple or Derive. Material is included on the parametric representation of surfaces and Kepler's laws.
Brief Applied Calculus by Geoffrey C. Berresford,Andrew M. Rockett Book Summary:
This text for the one semester applied or business calculus course uses intriguing real-world applications to engage students' interest and show them the practical side of calculus. The book's many applications are related to finance, business, and such general-interest topics as learning curves in airplane production, the age of the Dead Sea Scrolls, Apple and Oracle stock prices, the distance traveled by sports cars, lives saved by seat belts, and the cost of a congressional victory. The Sixth Edition maintains the hallmark features that have made APPLIED CALCULUS so popular: contemporary and interesting applications (including many that are new or updated); careful and effective use of technology, including graphing calculator and spreadsheet coverage; constant pedagogical reinforcement through section summaries, chapter summaries, annotated examples, and extra practice problems; Just-in-Time algebra review material; and a variety of exercises and assignment options including Applied Exercises, Conceptual Exercises, and Explorations and Excursions. This edition also includes new content and features to help students get up to speed-and succeed-in the course, including a Diagnostic Test, an Algebra Review appendix, marginal notes that make connections with previous or future discussions, new learning prompts to direct students to examples or to the Algebra Review, and more. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Precalculus with Limits by Ron Larson,Robert P. Hostetler Book Summary:
With the same design and feature sets as the market leading Precalculus, 7/e, this new addition to the Larson/Hostetler Precalculus series provides both students and instructors with sound, consistently structured explanations of the mathematical concepts. Designed for a two-term course, this text contains the features that have made Precalculus a complete solution for both students and instructors: interesting applications, cutting-edge design, and innovative technology combined with an abundance of carefully written exercises. In addition to a brief algebra review and the core precalculus topics, Precalculus with Limits covers analytic geometry in three dimensions and introduces concepts covered in calculus. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Analyse numérique et équations différentielles by Jean-Pierre Demailly Book Summary:
Cet ouvrage est un cours d'introduction à la théorie des équations différentielles ordinaires, accompagné d'un exposé détaillé de différentes méthodes numériques permettant de les résoudre en pratique. La première partie présente quelques techniques importantes de l'analyse numérique : interpolation polynomiale, méthodes d'intégration numérique, méthodes itératives pour la résolution d'équations. Suit un exposé rigoureux des résultats de base sur l'existence, l'unicité et la régularité des solutions des équations différentielles, incluant une étude détaillée des équations usuelles du premier et du second ordre, des équations et systèmes différentiels linéaires, de la stabilité des solutions et leur dépendance par rapport aux paramètres. Une place substantielle est accordée à la description des méthodes numériques à un pas ou multi-pas, avec une étude comparative de la stabilité et du coût en temps de calcul. Agrémenté de nombreux exemples concrets, le texte propose des exercices et des problèmes d'application à la fin de chaque chapitre. Cette troisième édition a été enrichie de nouveaux exemples et exercices et de compléments théoriques et pratiques : comportement des suites itératives, théorème des fonctions implicites et ses conséquences géométriques, critère de maximalité des solutions d'équations différentielles, calcul des géodésiques d'une surface, flots de champ de vecteurs... Cet ouvrage est surtout destiné aux étudiants (licence (L3), masters scientifiques, écoles d'ingénieurs, agrégatifs de mathématiques). Les enseignants, professionnels (physiciens, mécaniciens...) l'utiliseront comme outil de base.
Peano by H. Kennedy Book Summary:
All students of mathematics know of Peano's postulates for the natural numbers and his famous space-filling curve, yet their knowledge often stops there. Part of the reason is that there has not until now been a full-scale study of his life and works. This must surely be surprising, when one realizes the length of his academic career (over 50 years) and the extent of his publica tions (over 200) in a wide variety of fields, many of which had immediate and long-term effects on the development of modern mathematics. A study of his life seems long overdue. It appeared to me that the most likely person to write a biography of Peano would be his devoted disciple Ugo Cassina, with whom I studied at the University of Milan in 1957-58. I wrote to Professor Cassina on 29 October, 1963, inquiring if he planned to write the biography, and I offered him my assistance, since I hoped to return to Italy for a year. He replied on 28 November, 1963, suggesting that we collaborate, meaning by this that I would write the biography, in English, using his material and advice. I gladly agreed to this suggestion, but work on the project had hardly begun when Professor Cassina died unexpectedly on 5 October, 1964. I then decided to continue the project on my own. I spent the academic year 1966-67 in Turin; completion of the book took ten years.
Abstracting Reality by Mark J. P. Wolf Book Summary:
Abstracting Reality considers the relationship between digital technology and culture and their mutual influences on each other. The book begins with an examination of how everyday life became quantized over time, setting the stage for digital technology, which developed out of communication, machine control, and calculating machines. From there the book explores how digital technology changed the nature of art, inherent culture biases in digitization, composite imagery, machine-mediated communication, the metaphor of cyberspace, virtual reality, and finally, the way in which digital technology and imaging changes the very nature of indexicality itself.