Introduction to Physical Mathematics

Introduction to Physical Mathematics

Book - 1985
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Directed primarily at college and university undergraduates, this book covers at basic level the essential applications of mathematics to the physical sciences. It contains all the usual topics covered in a first-year course such as vectors, matrices, differential equations, basic mathematical functions and their analysis, and power series. There is a strong emphasis on qualitative understanding (such as curve sketching) and practical methods of solution. The latter take due account of the impact of computers on the subject. The principles of mathematical expression are illustrated by copious examples taken from a wide range of topics in physics and chemistry. Each of the short chapters concludes with a summary and a large number of problems.
Publisher: Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1985
ISBN: 9780521269087
0521269083
9780521262781
052126278X
Call Number: 530.15 H233i
Characteristics: xi, 260 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Weaire, D. L.
Alternative Title: Physical mathematics

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