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Introduction to mathematical physics

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Wiley-VCH , Weinheim
Mathematical phy
StatementMichael T. Vaughn.
SeriesPhysics textbook
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 527 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22763159M
ISBN 139783527406272

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2 An Overview of the Course 4 Tips for Students 10 Acknowledgments 10 1 Introduction 11 What Do I Need To Know From Calculus. 11 Introduction 11 Trigonometric Functions 13 Hyperbolic Functions 16 Derivatives 18 Integrals 19 File Size: 6MB.

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Mathematical physics provides physical theories with their logical basis and the tools for drawing conclusions from hypotheses.

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