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Conics Text

Conics  Text Author Keith Kendig
ISBN-10 0883853353
Release 2005-08-11
Pages 403
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This book engages the reader in a journey of discovery through a spirited discussion among three characters: Philosopher, Teacher and Student. Throughout the book, Philosopher pursues his dream of a unified theory of conics, where exceptions are banished. With a helpful teacher and example-hungry student, the trio soon finds that conics reveal much of their beauty when viewed over the complex numbers. It is profusely illustrated with pictures, worked-out examples, and a CD containing 36 applets. Conics is written in an easy, conversational style, and many historical tidbits and other points of interest are scattered throughout the text. Many students can self-study the book without outside help. This book is ideal for anyone having a little exposure to linear algebra and complex numbers.



Conics Text

Conics  Text Author Keith Kendig
ISBN-10 0883853353
Release 2005-08-11
Pages 403
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This book engages the reader in a journey of discovery through a spirited discussion among three characters: Philosopher, Teacher and Student. Throughout the book, Philosopher pursues his dream of a unified theory of conics, where exceptions are banished. With a helpful teacher and example-hungry student, the trio soon finds that conics reveal much of their beauty when viewed over the complex numbers. It is profusely illustrated with pictures, worked-out examples, and a CD containing 36 applets. Conics is written in an easy, conversational style, and many historical tidbits and other points of interest are scattered throughout the text. Many students can self-study the book without outside help. This book is ideal for anyone having a little exposure to linear algebra and complex numbers.



Geometri eskie svojstva krivyh vtorogo por dka

Geometri eskie svojstva krivyh vtorogo por  dka Author Arseny V. Akopyan
ISBN-10 0821884328
Release
Pages 134
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"Geometry Of Conics deals with the properties of conics (plane curves of second degree) that can be formulated and proved using only elementary geometry. Starting with the well-known optical properties of conics, this book moves to less trivial results, both classical and contemporary. It demonstrates the advantage of purely geometric methods of studying conics."--Publisher's website.



New Horizons in Geometry

New Horizons in Geometry Author Tom M. Apostol
ISBN-10 9780883853542
Release 2012
Pages 513
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New Horizons in Geometry represents the fruits of 15 years of work in geometry by a remarkable team of prize-winning authors—Tom Apostol and Mamikon Mnatsakanian. It serves as a capstone to an amazing collaboration. Apostol and Mamikon provide fresh and powerful insights into geometry that requires only a modest background in mathematics. Using new and intuitively rich methods, they give beautifully illustrated proofs of results, the majority of which are new, and frequently develop extensions of familiar theorems that are often surprising and sometimes astounding. It is mathematical exposition of the highest order. The hundreds of full color illustrations by Mamikon are visually enticing and provide great motivation to read further and savor the wonderful results. Lengths, areas, and volumes of curves, surfaces, and solids are explored from a visually captivating perspective. It is an understatement to say that Apostol and Mamikon have breathed new life into geometry.



A Guide to Plane Algebraic Curves

A Guide to Plane Algebraic Curves Author Keith Kendig
ISBN-10 9780883853535
Release 2011
Pages 193
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This Guide is a friendly introduction to plane algebraic curves. It emphasizes geometry and intuition, and the presentation is kept concrete. You'll find an abundance of pictures and examples to help develop your intuition about the subject, which is so basic to understanding and asking fruitful questions. Highlights of the elementary theory are covered, which for some could be an end in itself, and for others an invitation to investigate further. Proofs, when given, are mostly sketched, some in more detail, but typically with less. References to texts that provide further discussion are often included. Computer algebra software has made getting around in algebraic geometry much easier. Algebraic curves and geometry are now being applied to areas such as cryptography, complexity and coding theory, robotics, biological networks, and coupled dynamical systems. Algebraic curves were used in Andrew Wiles' proof of Fermat's Last Theorem, and to understand string theory, you need to know some algebraic geometry. There are other areas on the horizon for which the concepts and tools of algebraic curves and geometry hold tantalizing promise. This introduction to algebraic curves will be appropriate for a wide segment of scientists and engineers wanting an entrance to this burgeoning subject.



Sink Or Float

Sink Or Float Author Keith Kendig
ISBN-10 0883853396
Release 2008
Pages 375
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Sink or Float: Thought Problems in Math and Physics is a collection of problems drawn from mathematics and the real world. Its multiple-choice format forces the reader to become actively involved in deciding upon the answer. The book s aim is to show just how much can be learned by using everyday common sense. The problems are all concrete and understandable by nearly anyone, meaning that not only will students become caught up in some of the questions, but professional mathematicians, too, will easily get hooked. The more than 250 questions cover a wide swath of classical math and physics. Each problem's solution, with explanation, appears in the answer section at the end of the book. A notable feature is the generous sprinkling of boxes appearing throughout the text. These contain historical asides or little-known facts. The problems themselves can easily turn into serious debate-starters, and the book will find a natural home in the classroom.



Euler

Euler Author William Dunham
ISBN-10 0883853280
Release 1999-03-04
Pages 185
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Leonhard Euler was one of the most prolific mathematicians that have ever lived. This book examines the huge scope of mathematical areas explored and developed by Euler, which includes number theory, combinatorics, geometry, complex variables and many more. The information known to Euler over 300 years ago is discussed, and many of his advances are reconstructed. Readers will be left in no doubt about the brilliance and pervasive influence of Euler's work.



The Beginnings and Evolution of Algebra

The Beginnings and Evolution of Algebra Author I. G. Bashmakova
ISBN-10 0883853299
Release 2000-04-27
Pages 179
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An examination of the evolution of one of the cornerstones of modern mathematics.



A Guide to Groups Rings and Fields

A Guide to Groups  Rings  and Fields Author Fernando Q. Gouvêa
ISBN-10 9780883853559
Release 2012
Pages 309
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This Guide offers a concise overview of the theory of groups, rings, and fields at the graduate level, emphasizing those aspects that are useful in other parts of mathematics. It focuses on the main ideas and how they hang together. It will be useful to both students and professionals.In addition to the standard material on groups, rings, modules, fields, and Galois theory, the book includes discussions of other important topics that are often omitted in the standard graduate course, including linear groups, group representations, the structure of Artinian rings, projective, injective and flat modules, Dedekind domains, and central simple algebras. All of the important theorems are discussed, without proofs but often with a discussion of the intuitive ideas behind those proofs.Those looking for a way to review and refresh their basic algebra will benefit from reading this Guide, and it will also serve as a ready reference for mathematicians who make use of algebra in their work.



Conics Text

Conics  Text Author Keith Kendig
ISBN-10 0883853353
Release 2005-08-11
Pages 403
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This book engages the reader in a journey of discovery through a spirited discussion among three characters: Philosopher, Teacher and Student. Throughout the book, Philosopher pursues his dream of a unified theory of conics, where exceptions are banished. With a helpful teacher and example-hungry student, the trio soon finds that conics reveal much of their beauty when viewed over the complex numbers. It is profusely illustrated with pictures, worked-out examples, and a CD containing 36 applets. Conics is written in an easy, conversational style, and many historical tidbits and other points of interest are scattered throughout the text. Many students can self-study the book without outside help. This book is ideal for anyone having a little exposure to linear algebra and complex numbers.



Linear Algebra Problem Book

Linear Algebra Problem Book Author Paul R. Halmos
ISBN-10 0883853221
Release 1995
Pages 336
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Takes the student step by step from basic axioms to advanced concepts. 164 problems, each with hints and full solutions.



A Garden of Integrals

A Garden of Integrals Author Frank Burk
ISBN-10 088385337X
Release 2007-08-30
Pages 281
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Burk proves the basic properties of various integrals, draws comparisons and analyses their uses.



Logic as Algebra

Logic as Algebra Author Paul Halmos
ISBN-10 0883853272
Release 1998-09-03
Pages 141
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An introduction to logic from the perspective of algebra.



Proofs that Really Count

Proofs that Really Count Author Arthur T. Benjamin
ISBN-10 0883853337
Release 2003-11-13
Pages 194
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Demonstration of the use of simple counting arguments to describe number patterns; numerous hints and references.



Elementary Algebraic Geometry

Elementary Algebraic Geometry Author Keith Kendig
ISBN-10 9780486801872
Release 2015-01-19
Pages 320
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Designed to make learning introductory algebraic geometry as easy as possible, this text is intended for advanced undergraduates and graduate students who have taken a one-year course in algebra and are familiar with complex analysis. This newly updated second edition enhances the original treatment's extensive use of concrete examples and exercises with numerous figures that have been specially redrawn in Adobe Illustrator. An introductory chapter that focuses on examples of curves is followed by a more rigorous and careful look at plane curves. Subsequent chapters explore commutative ring theory and algebraic geometry as well as varieties of arbitrary dimension and some elementary mathematics on curves. Upon finishing the text, students will have a foundation for advancing in several different directions, including toward a further study of complex algebraic or analytic varieties or to the scheme-theoretic treatments of algebraic geometry. 2015 edition.



In Polya s Footsteps

In Polya s Footsteps Author Ross Honsberger
ISBN-10 0883853264
Release 1997-10-30
Pages 315
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General mathematical essays as well as problems from various national and international Olympiads.



Problems for mathematicians young and old

Problems for mathematicians  young and old Author Paul Richard Halmos
ISBN-10 UOM:49015001351577
Release 1991
Pages 318
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Problems for mathematicians young and old has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Problems for mathematicians young and old also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Problems for mathematicians young and old book for free.