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Advanced Calculus Explored: With Applications in Physics, Chemistry, and Beyond

Hamza Alsamraee
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Publisher: Curious Math Publications
Copyright year: 2019
ISBN: 9780578616827
Medium: Paperback
Pages: 448
Out of print?: N
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Learn Both the Mathematics and the Science! Are you a student that is often puzzled about how to translate your math background to applications in your science and engineering classes?

Are you a mathematical enthusiast who loves challenging calculus problems?

In this example-focused book, Hamza Alsamraee presents a plethora of techniques and methods to aid the regular student develop their skills to transition to more advanced mathematics.

In Advanced Calculus Explored, you will find:

Advanced mathematical and scientific concepts broken down for the beginner

Very important special functions such as the gamma, beta, polygamma, and zeta functions introduced, extensively discussed, and used in real-world applications

Dozens of proofs of famous equations due to well-known mathematicians such as Euler, Gauss, etc.

Applications of the methods discussed in topics ranging from astrophysics to pharmaceutical engineering

A variety of illustrations to strengthen both mathematical and scientific understanding

Many exercise problems accompanying each chapter, with answers!

Advanced Calculus Explored equips readers with the tools they need for success in their STEM courses and provides a multitude of nonstandard problems to engage the mathematically curious reader, enabling the reader to achieve their academic goals. Advanced Calculus Explored helps build a stronger, more intuitive understanding of calculus that will serve the reader in advanced mathematics and science courses.

Learn the tools you need for success.

Read this book and unlock the benefits today!

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