Outline Course of Pure Mathematics presents a unified treatment of the algebra, geometry, and calculus that are considered fundamental for the foundation of undergraduate mathematics. This book discusses several topics, including elementary treatments of the real number system, simple harmonic motion, Hooke's law, parabolic motion under gravity, sequences and series, polynomials, binomial theorem, and theory of probability. Organized into 23 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the fundamental concepts of differential and integral calculus, which are complementary processes for solving problems of the physical world. This text then explains the concept of the inverse of a function that is a natural complement of the function concept and introduces a convenient notation. Other chapters illustrate the concepts of continuity and discontinuity at the origin. This book discusses as well the significance of logarithm and exponential functions in scientific and technological contexts. This book is a valuable resource for undergraduates and advanced secondary school students.ALEKSANDROv, A. D., KOLMOGOROV, A. N. and LAVRENTa#39;EV, M.A., Mathematics: Its Content, Methods and Meaning, American Mathematical ... BELL , E.T., The Development of Mathematics, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1945. ... Integral Calculus, 2 vols., S. Chand, New Delhi, 1959. 22. PLUMPTON, C. and CHIRGwIN, B. H., A Course of Mathematics for Engineers and Scientists, Pergamon, Oxford, 1961.
|Title||:||Outline Course of Pure Mathematics|
|Author||:||A. F. Horadam|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2014-05-16|