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Full coverage of 12 different math topics in just one volume! Statistis, plane trigonometry, calculus, boolean algebra--most likely your mathematics needs don't fit neatly into books on single math topics. That's why we created the new Handbook of Applied Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists--the first math problemsolver to solve tough daily problems in 13 different math fields. put this new Hnadbook at your fingertips, and you'll be able to review essential math principles and definitions in seconds, and use its data as a springboard for creative problems-solving. Each math area features definitions, principles and equations, and all applications are cross-indexed for maximum convenience. Algebra; Plane and Spherical Trigonometry; Plane and Solid Analytic Geometry; Permutations and Combinations; Matrix Algebra; Boolean Algebra; Transformation of Space in Computer Graphics; Statistics; Probability; Regression Analysis; Cybernetics; Calculus.
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