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Mathematical Methods for Physics and Engineering: A Comprehensive Guide [Paperback]

K. F. Riley , M. P. Hobson , S. J. Bence

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It is normal practice when starting the mathematical investigation of a physical problem to assign an algebraic symbol to the quantity whose value is sought, either numerically or as an explicit algebraic expression. Read the first page
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